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Yeshiva University High Schools
Rabbi Dr. Abraham
Dr. Samuel Belkin, President, Yeshiva University
Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan
Rabbi David L. Weinbach, Administrator
Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn
Rabbi Dr. Abraham N. Zuroff, Principal
Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan
Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department
Martin Lilker, Administrator
Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn
Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department
Alvin Kamber, Administrator
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You are about to complete a very important phase of your educa-
tional program and take your place among the thousands of your
contemporaries who are competing for space in the many col-
leges of our land. In addition to the all important choice of
school, program and career, each one of you is faced with the
need to identify with some part of the social movement which has
developed during the past few years.
Social equality, students' rights, and peace, are all ideas which at-
tract modern youth, and join the struggle for Zionism and against
Anti-Semitism as the key interests of our young Jews. As Yeshiva
Graduates, you must be extremely careful to identify yourself
only with those causes which favorably answer some probing
questions: Is the cause consistent with your position as a practic-
ing Orthodox Jew; does it protect your rights, and does it recog-
nize your heritage and beliefs? Are the leaders of the cause sin-
cere or are they exploiting you to further their own ideas which
may prove detrimental to your interests at some future time.
We have survived centuries of oppression by being loyal to every
government which sheltered us, and, by'practicing eternal vigi-
lance to see that our basic interests as Jews were never touched.
I am sure, therefore, that, like your forerunners, you will be wise
enough to exercise care in the face of impetuosity, and discern-
ment in your enthusiasm. May you be successful and happy in all
your future undertakings.
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"The teacher who is indeed wise . . leads you to
the threshhold of your own mind."
Teacher, A devoted teacher of Yeshiva students,
Rabbi Perlman has transmitted his vast knowledge
and great love of both Torah and Ivrit to us, his pu-
pils. He is not content with covering his subject su-
perficially. Instead, he utilizes his time with us to dig
deeply into and bring out the essence of every topic.
His modern approach to the Hebrew language,
through his introduction of Israeli newspapers and
new vocabulary, has made the language alive and
vibrant to his classes. Understanding the great pres-
sure placed upon us, Rabbi Perlman has tried to
make his classroom both relaxing and enjoyable
through his many anecdotes and illustrations. We
find ourselves truly enjoying learning in the atmo-
sphere he creates.
Librarian, Devoted to the world of books, Rabbi
Perlman has built up the libraries of both Brooklyn
and Manhattan Central. He selects books for the li-
brary which he believes will aid us in our studies and
which we will find relevant to our problems. In
choosing Hebrew books he strives to find those
which are both modern and stimulating in order to
arouse our interest in Hebrew literature. Yet, no
matter how busy he is, he always finds time to help
each of us by searching for sources and tools of re-
search to make our work easier.
About Us, Rabbi Perlman feels that though we
have the knowledge of Hebrew studies, we do not
know how to apply this knowledge to our everyday
lives. He would like to see us acquire the art of Jew-
ish thinking and become truly religious-thinking
Jews. We feel that in the years we have known him,
Rabbi Perlman has brought us closer to the realiza-
tion of this goal. Guided by his teachings, we hope
to someday fulfill his vision of an ideal Jew.
"And he taught them how they should fear God."
2 Kings 17.28
Every man is a piece of
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Therefore never send to know
for whom the bell tolls;
it tolls for thee.
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Our own memory bank, Anita struck us out with her impressive "Bowling"
always knows whose turn it is in Chumash . . . first in Navi, first in Ivrit, we're
lucky that Hatalmidah Ackerman, Chana Hayekarah always knows the answers
really "fell" for long hair has a talent for "oversleeping" — manages to
come in time for second period can "Jumble" through the paper and
complete all her homework on the train before getting home — allowing natu-
rally for STAHLS and stops constantly re-explaining Dikduk — we think
Hebrew High School Bowl; Scenery and props, "My Fair Lady"; Chanukah
Chagiga; Tutor; Ping Pong Team; Big Sister; Arista.
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Forest Hills' loss was Central's gain Rabbi Solnica finally solved the "Adler"
mixup and she became his "kaili kaili" one of the members of the crochet-
ing club Gym and lunch are Carol's favorite periods or should we say
lunch, then gym What was there about her skirts that caught the attention
of the boss? "But I was really sick the past five Mondays!" . has the long-
est nails in school — a phenomenon for the typical Central girl . . . why does
Carol jump at the mention of the word "computer"? one of our few volley-
ball lovers and an enthusiast of Israeli dance Capable Active Responsible
Organized and Loyal no matter how you look at it, Carol spells a sincere
and wonderful friend.
Class Debater; Scenery and Props, School Productions; Drama Club; Dance
SUSAN LAURIE ADLER
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One of the most colorful people in Central (watch out for that scarf!) . Susie
is (you guessed it) one of our very talented artists she has become the best
vestmaker within the confines of YUHSGM . This brave soul is one of those
who makes the great trek twice daily from that hick town where the reindeer
run wild She's everyone's friend, and sweet as sugar (oops! that's a no —
no!) Next time you check the N.Y. Stock Exchange transactions, look out
for Adler & Adler Inc. ... are you in for a surprise !
Class Treasurer; Drama Club; Props, School Productions; Publicity Commit-
tee; Chagim Poster Committee; Typist, Elchanet and Drama Club; Booster; Big
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Ayaf Trepla instituted a new method of speech Always sitting right next to
the teacher, Faya is the official Admit-Passer-Upper for the class Why does
the Alphabet have to begin with "A"? Faya's happy dimples liven up many
a dull period What does Igle Pooh mean anyway ? Faya's favorite for-
eign phrase; "Ich hub lib Yiddish" Dr. Pascal's water girl have cup will
travel . One of the few who can walk to school Giggling is unbecoming
to a young lady certainly not to Faya!
Class Vice President; Choir; Librarian; Usherette; Big Sister.
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"Take a walk till you sober up" Becca? gets sMARTlY driven around
town is that "little" present really for her? sends neatly folded express
notes sailing through the air aimed at MARS with mathematical precision —
most of the time Roams around the math room — her "sphere" of influ-
ence . "reflects" her best with "maxi"mum style . . anyone want forging
lessons? . her artistic letters are really above us Becky solved the prob-
lem of REexplaining Becca a dear and faithful friend, Becca's light humor
and sweet disposition make her the "apple" of our eyes.
Art Staff, Elchanet; Biographer; Scenery, School Productions; Publicity Com-
mittee; Tutor; Big Sister; Arista.
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"A kipa a day keeps the boys coming her way" Sandy's brand is "One-a-
Day" Bendah was the first to create the self-made megaphone Thank
goodness for laryngitis . . Down here again? Sam, I thought you already
had lunch!? An ardent advocate of "quantity not quality", Sandy believes
that Delicious Wafers are cheaper by the dozen an honorary member of
Mrs. Edelsburg's Shurah Ha'acharonah Club Sandy adds her own Tnua
Touch to anything she does We all wish her lots and lots of luck on her
Drama Club; Israeli Dance Croup; Choir; Scenery, School Production; Big
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Known as Ricky to her fans and Riqueza to her fellow Spanish enthusiasts . .
this strawberry blonde was Dr. Pascal's "little girl" for two years headed the
lunchroom guitarists in renditions of "Rock my Soul" and paraphrased ver-
sions of "Our Memories Dim" One of the fortunate tri-talented few: mu-
sic, art, and literature ... is not known to have made an enemy in four years
. then why, O Ricky, was your room bombed two o'clock one morning?
Holds the records for expulsions from Central her Boston escapades made
the morning office news a member of the hip elite in Central she helped
pioneer gold-rimmed specs We hope you find your Summerhill some-
where out there, "over the rainbow".
Assistant Art Editor, Elchanet; "Brigadoon"; "Oliver"; "Anne Frank"; "My Fair
Lady"; Director, Freshman Play; Drama Club; Class Debating Manager; Junior
Debater; English Oratorical Contest; Chanuka Chagiga; Publicity Committee;
Dance Festival; Band; Volleyball Team.
How do you fit Rochelle Besserglick on a College Board application? Ap-
pointed "attendance girl of the year" Rochelle sends out cheery notes to
absentees became an aide to cutting students Roch can always be
found with "someone" during tenth period one interesting characteristic
about Rochelle is the presence of a class ring on each hand flowery note-
taker for our class ardent saver of Wrigley's gum wrappers put her
mouth to good use as runner-up in the Oratorical Contest always Flumin'
and Plumin' with Rabbi S her favorite motto — Miller Makes it Right all
right ! always ready to brighten up our day, our Rochelle is the world's Bes-
Class President; English Oratorical Contest; Props, School Productions; Office
Worker; Drama Club; Chanuka Chagiga; Publicity Committee; Choir; Typist,
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A most promising writer our literary quiz-kid you may have seen the
movie but she's read the book always the last one in and the first one out
a member of Rabbi Gold's infamous Berger-Bomstein team scheduled
many a back of the room party featuring lettuce and possibly cucumbers . . a
a philosophical questioner beneath that innocent smile lies a quick answer
. . known to voice her dissent whenever she disagrees against teacher or
fellow student gained freshman fame by walking across the classroom
barefoot an infrequent visitor to our historiah class Betty nevertheless re-
mains Mr. Steif's favorite soda purchaser nearly lost her to Brooklyn Cen-
tral but "she came back — and we're glad she did !"
Class Debater; Drama Club; Freshman Play; Courier; Biographer; High School
Bowl; Tutor; Choir; Arista.
ANNETTE I. BORENSTEIN
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Mistress of the many names Igor, 'Netsky, Pretzel, Netzel, Alexe Hente,
and Boren to Mr. Steif contributed "outa site and peeja" as permanent
additions to our spoken language Recipient of the medal for bravery above
and beyond the call of duty in the manufacturing and launching of paper
planes in Mrs. Edelsburg's class ardent social reformer and worker for
peace has kept us in attentive silence during the Borenstein — teacher
clashes over attacked principles, be it anything from Bach and Beatles to Ten-
uat Hamussar Utopia bound — ' Nette will either find it or make one.
Class Vice-President; Art Consultant, Elchanet; Props, School Productions;
Alternate Debater; Publicity Committee; Booster; Choir; Big Sister.
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Always first to finish art projects . . was it really a paper mache man she made?
Did you say Marion? Well, she looked cute as a man anyway . Have
no fear, the repairman will be here — to fix her typewriter One of our fu-
ture ambassadors to Russia Whatever happened to the elementary algebra
notebook? "Don't you want to talk to me, Marion?" Does she really
prepare for Rabbi Eliezri? Living in the Bronx sure does have its problems
especially since Dr. Pascal is intolerant of accents But our Marion's sin-
cerity is sure to lead her far.
Choir; Props, School Productions; Dance Group; Big Sister.
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East side, west side, she lived all around the town her neighbors think she's
one of their own . looks are deceiving, she's realy a sabra at heart she
was truly our first class bride — with Mr. Klein as best man in music and art
she's known as the "creator" in history reknowned as class debater in
Bio. she always turned green our man of the year thinks she is the pearl of
the girls with absolutely no curls but loaded with swirls and twirls a gym
major who always had time to "study" her minors . are you cognizant of
Samuel Beth: II? — she is! . hail to our vivacious late bloomer.
Booster; Junior Debating Team.
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Rosy-cheeked Alice . . . One of Rabbi S.'s front row audience our official
class notetaker Mr. Schwartzbard's "good girl" are you an angel?!!
one of those responsible for "disturbing the airwaves" — definitely not a be-
liever in "Silence is Golden" She gave Mrs. S. a headache — or was it vice-
versa?! who else could possibly get poison ivy in a classroom? . Alice's
"wit" was generally appreciated by all except Dr. Pascal a member of our
sewing class who is really going places . . . Alice Cohn . . What a usual name
for such an unusual girl!
Choir; School Production Committees; Big Sister Play; Drama Club; Publicity
Committee; Big Sister.
CYNTHIA MAE EINLEGER
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Cindy's irrepressible smile, her contagious laugh, has led many a class into
hysterical outbursts with her cheerful but wistful "Yoy, I wish I was in
Chicago!", Cindy expresses the sentiments of many seniors dancing her
way through four years of school with a too often "occasional rest" at home
it's important to know your combination number when you share a locker
with Cindy a "fresser" who never grows "out" — what's your secret? . .
her only run-ins with Mr. L. stem from her attraction of the opposite sex —
"Cindy, stop enticing them!" Cindy's highest aspirations should be those
of all of us L'shana Habaah B'Yerushalayim.
Class Treasurer; Dance Festival; Israeli Dance Group; Choir; Big Sister.
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Eileen proves that it is possible to read the New York Times daily the mod-
ern innovator of the ancient sport of Blitz-ball Who's standing on the table
holding a garbage can? a lover of biology . . even cleans the lab during
her free period bears the brunt of many of Rabbi Perlman's pearls of pun-
nery the only one not "eisy" cold the day the steam was turned off Mrs.
Norman's favorite dressmaker . Who really does her work? nominated
the girl with the brightest green eyes . . Neelie, you're the apple of my Ei!
REBECCA TAMARA ESKOLSKY
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Eskolasky???! Her name may be hard to say, but Rebecca is as easy-going
and friendly as a girl can be Dark hair and blue eyes make Rebecca one of
our prettiest seniors and a most interesting Charlie Brown Winner of
the 1969 "Yakaty-Yak" award a yogurt gourmet, Rebecca likes health foods
. . and Mr. T. likes Rebecca could it be those cute curls Rebecca wore last
year? a free trip to Israel is easy when your great uncle is President Shazar
one thing for sure — a typist Rebecca will never be Her love for Chu-
mash certainly doesn't keep Rebecca from getting a fifty-minute beauty sleep
every day . Morasha just wouldn't be the same without her Mr. Steif's
"Es" is quite a girl.
Class President; Treasurer; Senior Play; Chanuka Chagiga; Israeli Dance
Group; Biographer; Choir.
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How did a sophisticated lady get into Central? Marsha's soft-spoken man-
ner is appreciated by all the girls but the teachers!! . . as Dr. Pascal was
wont to say: "Speak up, child" . but Marsha's delicate frame is quite decep-
tive manages to carry our newspapers each morning voted "Good Girl"
of the Senior Class . . Why does she come late every morning? . her train
crashed? a likely story! Marsha's gentle manner is certainly her most
Class Treasurer; Choir; Big Sister.
The first in the class to be kept out of school with acute senioritis Rashi
(with an "e" please) did her thing in the "keep-the-absentee-list-full" effort
our annual representative to Seminar (no, not B'nei Akivah) Rashie's
grey kick has nothing to do with her bubbling, crazy personality When a
"mood" strikes, we are notified by her unusual laugh reverberating through-
out Central's hallowed halls climbing on chairs, and behind couches .
She and her ever-faithful, sneaky, non-flashable camera are the terror of the
school . . . (and revealed in Mrs. Posner serious photo-phobic tendencies )
"No, that's not my sister's old graduation picture" . . . This "little fish" is our
really great catch!
Photography Editor, Elchanet; Dancing, "Brigadoon"; Senior Play; Dance Fes-
tival; Library; Typist, Hamagid; Big Sister.
RHONDA SUE FRIED
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Quiet and even-tempered her diligence promoted her from gimel to aleph
known for her cold feet in Historiah . . nothing to do with the subject
matter of course one of Rabbi Eliezri's favorites in his promotion of the
good neighbor policy . . Mrs. Edelsberg's prized possession . one of the
few who really gets on well with Mr. L . always willing to lend a helping hand
in Miss Weissman's absence at the Chagiga she "acquired" a sudden ability
her hidden talent came to light a really great kid all around.
Class President, Vice President, Treasurer; Publicity Committee; Dance Croup;
Choir; Band; Big Sister; Arista.
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Room 222, please Hey, Jude-Jay Como se llama, anyway? talk about
extended vacations — she now greets everyone with a friendly handshake . . .
ready advice always in the OFFIng driven to stay late on Thursday nights
. . . what's summer like in the winter? . listening to Simon and Carfunkel in
stereo — or was it "mono"? someone really special what is it about the
subways that knocks this daily (?) traveller out? dark hair, long eyelashes,
and a captivating personality Judy's dimples speak for themselves!
Choir; Scenery, School Productions; Sophomore Play; Tzedakah Committee;
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Emily's rosy cheeks win the award for "most likely to be pinched" our
blonde, blue-eyed, cutie-pie . it's hard to believe she could ever have
looked like Dr. Dussel invented more diets than there are calories the
latest being cauliflower mashed potatoes a carrot nut who will always be
caught yellow handed . security regulations make it necessary to withhold
the names of those individuals who participated in project TISNOLET but a
certain E.F. has been seen in the vicinity of Morasha the only thing that
woke Emmy up during Rabbi P.'s class was the mention of the Baal Shem Tov
. . . but we're really glad we coaxed her into directing our school productions
they couldn't have been better finally made it to Aretz liked it? . . .
Class President; Director, "My Fair Lady", "Guys and Dolls", "Bonche
Schweig", Competitive Assembly Play; Dance Festival; Dance Croup; Choir;
Tutor; Chanuka Chagiga; Maccabiah; Big Sister; Arista.
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From the first Delaney card Paula was destined to have her name continuously
mispronounced . . . Seems to have a "thing" with Chumash teachers — first
Rabbi Shkopp, then Pioneering with Mrs. Mintz . . . What's this? A Central girl
taking a "dip" with Paulie?! . . . For a while seemed to be forever collecting
money By the way, is it Paula, Pah-oo-lah, or Pess? ... A great lover of mu-
sic, from Mozart to the Mammas and the Papas quite a virtuoso herself . . .
Ice cream for desert — after yogurt of course One of Mrs. Finnegan's "Fa-
vorites", Paula will always be our favorite too !
Class President, Treasurer; Committees, School Productions; Chairman, Big
Sisters; Biographer; Librarian; Band; Booster; Big Sister; Arista.
SARA CARYL FUHRER
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As freshmen we might have asked Caryl why she was carrying smelling salts
with her Now, we've just stopped asking questions and accept her foibles
. . . "Doesn't he have the most beautiful blue eyes?" "Who wants to hear a
good joke?" "Did you get up to page 391 yet?" "I'm going to the Dr. for
growth pills." Jorj sometimes expresses herself oddly with her own
vocabulary ("flitch", "scrunchy", "The Pooh"), she amazes us all whether
thinking about the "Doors", her bird, or Hach, our "Fruitcake" still finds time
to lend a helping hand.
Chanukah Chagiga; Scenery, School Production; Typist; Lag B'omer Commit-
tee; Big Sister.
MIRIAM CHERYL FURST
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Engaged? . . . our blue-eyed kallah radiates pure joy . . . made us realize that
there's still hope . . . "It's a new girl," no, "it's an apparition," no silly — it's
Miriam. "How nice of you to drop in" . . . Rabbi Solnica's favorite absentee . . .
Dr. Jofen's favorite competition . . . Another member of Mrs. Edelsberg's infa-
mous "Shura Haacharonah" . . . Miriam always has a comment to make . . .
Miriam, that Patch of Blue above your eyes has got to go! Soap and water . . .
Miriam has brought good old-fashioned "nachas" to us all and we wish her
pLENNY of happiness always.
Class Vice President; Choir.
If by chance you happen to hear a cheery "good morning" echoing down
Central's halls, it can only be out "beloved" Annie (get it? — Geliebter)
Fabulous "Freddy" is never too busy debating, acting, or being the lead singer
in the Rubber Band, to lend a friend a helping hand . even if you want to
"buy any milk today," Annie will oblige One of Mr. Klein's favorite French
students of "the back row" Rabbi Solnica's psychological questioner . . .
Really socked it to us with her miniature bowling demonstration . . Under
Mr. L.'s favorite granny glasses her big expressive eyes are hidden but
Annie's sincere look isn't hard to detect . bound to go far with her personal-
ity she's "leavin' on a jet plane".
Class Debater; "My Fair Lady"; Chorus, School Productions; Drama Club;
Choir; Band; Israeli Dancing.
HANNAH SUSAN GELLER
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An avid science lover in our freshman year — one of Mr. Schiff's greatest ad-
mirers proved the diffraction of light with her rainbow watch gum sup-
plier of the class . . friends have found it quite difficult to decipher her short-
hand letters from one of the lowly assistant librarians Hannah rose to be-
come Rabbi Perlman's personal porter an important aid to altos in the
choir what would Miss Weissman have done without Hannah's melodious
voice? her staggering weight loss inspired many a plump pupil her fa-
vorite slogan: "Follow Me to Weight Watchers (or else)!" . . . Alias "Sue the
Hen that goes Celly, Gelly, Gelly", Hannah will never be forgotten.
Choir; Committees and Chorus, School Productions; Dancing; Librarian; Pub-
licity Committee; Big Sister.
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Teachers call her Girdle but we know her as "I" invented the word "gross"
one of the Spanish senoritas who had a stint as Dr. Pascal's water girl .
always misused the word "wait" . . . only senior who stuck it out on Central's
"successful" basketball team supplied oranges to her fellow G's in the
mishna class and brought down Rabbi P.'s wrath upon us all (who by the way,
still hasn't found the guilty ones) . P.S. — it was Gertel, Ginsberg, and Glix
first make-up expert in the class who also helped decorate Central's desks
a member of Mrs. Edelsburg's zero corner another early bird who can
chalk up more latenesses than on-times feeds her soul with "hominy 'n
grits" veteran dater of the senior class her advice will never be forgot-
ten or taken (we're just kidding Irene).
Class Debating Manager; Dancing, "Brigadoon"; Dance Festival; Band; Bas-
ketball Team; Volleyball Team.
RENEE SUSAN GETZLER
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One of Mrs. Levinson's most "marvelous" people, Renee seems to have been
born with a paintbrush between her fingers always manages to get things
done with time to spare to go to Central Park Renee's fan club efforts
have been switched from Herman's Hermits to Mrs. Mintz (lehavdil) Our
donor of multi-colored tissues Rene'e is one of those girls who can eat and
eat and it never shows Repeatedly heard asking "Oh why, oh why did I
ever take Chemistry? Math?" It's all right — with Renee the accent is always
on E for excellence!
Art Editor, Elchanet; Scenery Manager, "My Fair Lady", "Guys and Do//s";
Props Manager, "Anne Frank"; Director, Drama Club; Freshman Play; Librari-
an; Courier; Maccabiah; Publicity Committee; Big Sister; Arista.
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Shari joined the M.D.S. crowd when she moved from Monsey three years ago
. . . She's been commuting ever since — from Manhattan all the way to Yerush-
alayim ... But we just can't imagine the West Side without her! . . . Central's
answer to Judy Collins . . . When she isn't dancing, Shari and guitar are always
on hand to get some Ruach going (though a certain teacher had something
else for her to do) . . . the invisible force behind the Zamir Chorale . . . Shari
has the straightest curly hair, and most gigantic tuna cans . . . taught her own
general science course as Lucy We're still convinced that snow comes
down Shar, snow comes down . . . Gained a brother and a trip to Israel at the
same time . . . Shari will always be a source of Shira to all she meets!
Class Vice-President; School Productions; Band Leader; Booster; Dance
Group; Big Sister.
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An avid promoter of Agnes Gooch, famous for her way out scribblings, Chanie
has re-decorated Central's walls considerably better known to us who love
her as Glixie honored by Dr. Pascal's "Lame Duck Award" for her under-
ground Spanish poetry intends to change the world "Cultivo una rosa
blanca" played second base in Mr. Shiff's chalk route prompted by
Berger and Sporn she became the official ceiling watcher of Cit. Ed a de-
bating phenomenon a regular math "whiz" who nevah, nevah, nevah
chews gum in any class.
Photography Editor, Elchanet; Committees, School Production; Class Plays; Big
Sister Play; Maccabia Play; School Debater; Class Debating Manager; Fashion
Show Model; Librarian; Tutor.
SARA LISA GREENFIELD
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One of Mrs. Levinson's star pupils, there is no paint as blue as Sara's eyes (a
contact lens?) Supplier of recipes to Rabbi Perlman, and her own fashion
model . . Sara was the first to wear a patchwork vest — her own creation of
course . and is already making baby clothes! . . The only senior to get a free
period instead of gym (because of a trick knee?) her sunny smile and
cheerful disposition brightening up many a day, Sara is a true friend and will
succeed in all she sets out to do.
Class Debater; Costumes, School Productions; Librarian; Publicity Committee;
Typist, Elchanet and Courier; Big Sister.
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Lynne's a bubbling combination of wit and brains ideas as bright as her
spirit one of our more adept (??!?) class treasurers what is an astronomy
lover doing in fourth year French? not much, really this virtuoso of just
a few months is always rushing home for her piano lessons . . can you spare
some cottage cheese for this perpetual dieter? — especially at those "hungry"
hours towards 3 AM! After four years at Central Lynne's motto: "Don't call
me (Please don't call me), I'll call you" Mrs. Edelsburg's Leyeleh .
Lynne's dream is to dance gracefully all the way to Israel Do dreams
come true? This one will when Bar Han welcomes a great new student next
Class Treasurer; Choir; Drama Club; Publicity Committee.
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"You're looking pretty good for a first termer" Anna started off her Central
career with a bang as Rabbi Perlman's "favorite librarian" "Le beb£" of the
class . has proven to us that age really doesn't matter we tried to con-
vince her that only r-r-r-ruffles have r-r-r-ridges . Did you really have short
hair once? Anna's pixie in freshman year grew, and grew, and grew . . .
long enough to get lost in and "bitt-in" One of the few who makes that
harrowing trip from N.J. daily With her amazing appetite for Math, any
problem is no problem for Anna A constant worrier: "What am I gonna
doV . Anna really has nothing to worry about.
Class Vice President; Assistant Hebrew Editor, Elchanet; Chorus, "My Pair
Lady"; Props and Scenery, School Productions; Choir; Librarian; Band; Tutor;
R. LINDA JAKUBOVITS
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Our Linda, officially Rosa, unofficially Linney Poo Jak and Linda Low in case
of famine, break into locker thirty six stocked with all LEGAL Weight
Watcher's food school paper distributor blame Linda for all the mis-
takes . . watch out for her when she's under the influence of Ginger Ale
only girl known to have talked back to Rabbi E. in HUNGARIAN! knows
the components of every medicine in existence . . Linda is always very in-
formative . . . "Your coffee's smoking, Mrs. Posner." a sunglasses lover
even in the midst of a snowstorm the janitor doesn't need an alarm clock
with Linda around . Linda's enthusiasm and liveliness have inspired us all.
Choir; Scenery Committees, School Production; Librarian; Publicity Commit-
tee; Tutor; Dance Group; N.Y. Times Distributor; Big Sister; Arista.
FLORENCE SUE KALOWITZ
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Frances? Phyllis? . "Can't anybody get my name straight?" it may
take a while but getting to know her doesn't, as many a teacher has found
out her ever-questioning mind: "But why?", "How do you know?"
nearly caused her to lose her head ... or should we say her hand any sci-
ence teacher's delight "But how does the aspirin know where to go?"
"How is it possible for the floor to push back?" tried to prove a certain
teacher wrong in geometry and did! . . chief contributor to Mr. Stahl's
Tzedakah Drive due to his extra-sensory gum perception finally got official
permission to chew . earned Mr. Lilker's special Chumash award . even
got her five-foot objet d'art displayed on T.V. . whether impersonating a
coyote or subbing for a teacher — Florence is definitely O.K.
Class Debating Manager; Chorus and Committees, School Productions; Eng-
lish Oratorical Contest; Drama Club; Publicity Committee; Choir; Tutor;
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Known to her friends as Rozy . her last name is a cause of consternation to
many a teacher . don't let her quiet manner fool you this girl is a con-
stant source of subtle wit on every subject . one of our own fashion experts
. . . whose fur maxi coat was seen hanging from locker fourteen? . . hailing
from Manhattan Day School Rozy claims the distinction of being the first in
the class of 70 to be suspended who would believe that the very same girl
is now one of Mrs. Finnegan's Latin scholars? long on hair and on personal-
ity too, Rozy will always prove to be a good friend .
Choir; Dance Group.
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One of our "lovers of school" why is she always in class? A patronizer
of the Pioneer no wonder she always has a gorgeous tan after vacation . . .
one of the first to join the "maxi" club Mrs. Norman's favorite Home Ec.
student . . . Mr. L. insisted that she learn how to darn socks . . . "What will your
husband do?" . . her dream is to go to Aretz . . why didn't she go this year?
. Attests to the fact that Mr. L. once said: "What goes up must come down"
. "Klein" may be little, but add Marcia to it and you've got a giant package
full of fun.
Choir; Publicity Committee; Dance Group; Scenery, School Production.
"Esther, stop twirling your hairW" . . our red-headed genius (only her hair-
dresser knows for sure) is always failing with 100's enter any science or
math course and you're sure to find Esther youngest Chemistry teacher
Central ever had our budding artist's promising career was ended with an
invitation to see the administration after class being founder of Monsey's
Bnei Akiva snif has brought fringe benefits . . . like welcome additions to Mr.
Heisler's car pool on Fridays our gingy "talmidah nechmadah" is the per-
fect match for a certain teacher's nineteen-year-old son this girl's definite-
Class President; Assistant Editor-in-chief, Elchanet; Costume Manager, "Guys
and Dolls"; Chorus, "My Fair Lady"; Props Committees, School Productions;
Director, Freshman Play; Arista Play; Drama Club; Class Debater; High School
Bowl; Tutor; Librarian; Publicity Committee; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
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Pamela (with the "neginah" on the second syllable) will always greet you with a
smile honored to have Rabbi Eliezri as private dikduk tutor Mr.
Schwartzbard's "star" pupil only a student as bright as Pam can master
Spanish in three days and proceed directly to French led Central's first pro-
test march under her guidance, Fagin's band of pickpockets was trans-
formed into a group of graceful dancers artistically talented, she may
someday prove a threat to Charles M. Schulz Big on B'nai Akiva . she had
a merv elous time in Mosh last summer a true friend her sparkling eyes
and captivating smile will forever charm all she meets.
Secretary, CO.; Class President, Treasurer; Art Co-editor, Elchanet; Producer,
"Guys and Dolls"; Choreographer, "My Fair Lady"; Dancing and Scenery,
School Productions; Drama Club; Captain, Maccabiah; Dance Group; Publici-
ty Committee; Librarian; Arista.
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Mrs. Streifer's lefty problem "But Mrs. Streifer, I was BORN a lefty!"
Rabbi Solnica's favorite mover-upper an ardent gum cracker Myra
firmly believes that necessity is the mother of invention — especially when it's
necessary to invent a Din V" cheshbone Olyra who? One of Mrs. Nor-
man's favorites (?) switches diets every other day "But Goobers are
good!" . . . Despite "horsehair" Myra rose to be Dr. Pascal's favorite water girl
. . . Myra's "Yoo hoo!", "Hey you!", and "What time is it?", echo in all her
classes ... An active Bnei-Akivanik . . "Samantha" doesn't need magic to
dance as gracefully as she does . One of her greatest aspirations is to go on
Aliyah and be a nurse there Miss Ladenheim or is it Lacden? which-
ever it is, we all agree that this long-haired senorita is sure to go far.
Class President, Vice President, Treasurer; Freshman Play; Drama Club; Class
Debater; Manager, Israeli Dance Group; Dance Festival; Choir; Scenery,
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"Which Chana?" has become the most common of queries this Chana has
succeeded in leaving a lasting impression on all of us ... a "favorite" of a cer-
tain linguist she couldn't stay away from school — found excuses to come
in on Sundays a vital link in the chain of Landers In her English realm,
Monarch is king free since she became a Russian defector she took the
leading "roll" in making our Chanukuah more decorative the only booster
who didn't boost Hannah's warmth and generosity are worth boasting
Choir; Committees, School Productions; Booster; Tutor; Chanukah Chagiga;
Big Sister; Arista.
SUZANNE J. LAST
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Started off in her sophomore year in an all out campaign to make Hamvasser
read graduating from Mr. Steif to Mr. Lilker, Last became our First Lady
added her artistic touch to Central's decor "but Suzanne, now the walls
clash!" much to the "children's" delight, Suzanne treated them to fre-
quent and varied assemblies despite rumors to that effect, Miss Miller has
proven to us that Suzanne is not really tone deaf her powers of organiza-
tion and concentration can be testified to by her room and notebooks and
by Xerox's recent business boom who says she's absent-minded? loves
"people!", coke, ice-cream, and steak despite all her responsibilities, Suz-
anne always seems to find time to be a really special friend, and person.
President, CO.; "Oliver"; "Anne Frank"; "My Fair Lady"; Director-Producer,
Chanukah Chagiga; Director, Drama Club; School Debating Manager; Class
Debating Manager; Oratorical Contest; Editor, Hebrew Newspaper; Courier;
High School Bowl; Tutor; Publicity Committee; Arista.
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A native born Israeli — sabra, that is Dolia's dark coloring and cute accent
are proof of it "Attention! Watch out for the forthcoming kumsitz in Kings-
bridge" a B'nai Koach activist she always keeps us informed Rabbi Sol-
nica's "Delilah" always manages to wear the styles she wants one of her
most quotable quotes: "Never study till the night before" but don't let her
"laxness" fool you always gets things done a champion machanaim
player . . . manages to get to the point with teachers her real hope is to re-
turn to the Medinah Aretz's gain will be our loss.
Choir; Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Hamvasser.
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Eilleen C. Leistner, otherwise known as "Eilie", can boast of an undiscovered
middle name so far no one has found out what lurks behind that C . fre-
quently seen crossing the Brooklyn Bridge from her home base on the East
Side a member of the "mothers of revolution" . she knits, does needle-
point, and attends demonstrations in Freshman year she provided first-
hand knowledge of Capitalism by doing a thriving business selling ribbons
staunch supporter of the Dove the only person who can say "buy some-
thing and I'll share it with you" — and still get away with it good luck on
your "aliyah" to California.
Class Treasurer, Vice-President; Props Committee, School Productions; Drama
Club; Publicity Committee; Tutor; Choir; Booster; Big Sister.
FELICE CAROL LEVEY
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Who else would have walked into school as a freshman wearing army boots
and red glasses? ... Dr. Pascal's Martha Washington , . Waited after class to
discuss the laws of attraction and magnetism with Mr. Schiff A once ardent
follower of Epicurean philosophy she decided that "food does not pay"
and surprised us all with a new figure her motto — "have lettuce, will trav-
el" . . Attention everybody — Felice has changed her name to Tzipi Al-
ways a Lovin-gerl now she's preoccupied with outside activities — O' Soys.'
Lookingfor Felice? You'll find her devouring books on psychiatry . . . when
she's not psychoanalyzing television characters Heading for Medical
School whatever she does and whatever we call her — Good Luck, and
Choir; Drama Club; Tutor; Librarian; Chanukah Chagiga; Big Sister.
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Mirror, mirror on the wall who is it? — as an eager freshman VIVIAN en-
tered our halls as a flourishing Navi student VIVIANE is leaving she first
ventured to learn French VIVI ANNE then ambitiously proceeded to de-
vour Latin Mrs. Finnigan's loss Miss Schwartz's gain(?) . . . She will nev-
er be forgotten — or forgiven Our future Hebrew teacher will never fail
. . Constantly eating apples, she can always be LABLED a "neiss" girl In the
words of her favorite "VIVA LA VIV!"
Choir; Scenery Committee, School Production; Hebrew High School Bowl;
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"You mean school starts before nine o'clock?" . Marilyn's day would be "in-
complete" unless she came late our own perush-maker-upper never
too shy to ask why . . . p(r)ops up with great ideas to aid our school produc-
tions . always a jump(er) ahead of the Home Ec class . gave up a great
lunch period for a Neiss-er history class . always well dressed has the
perfect outfit for every occasion — with earrings to match of course one of
the first to make "contacts" with her beautiful brown eyes whether it's lis-
tening sympathetically to problems or thinking up the kookiest things to do —
Mar sure is nice to have around!
Choir; Scenery Committee, School Production; Maccabiah; Publicity Commit-
tee; Tzedakah Drive; Big Sister.
ZIPPORAH A. MIRSKY
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Zipporah — never Zippy as a freshman she roamed Central's halls wonder-
ing what she was doing here she's still wondering Lady Zipporah with
her long, flowing hair and hazel eyes never lost her cool her tonsils instead
. . she boosted many a class with her back-of-the-room seminars it took
Miss Miller to figure out that she was "tone deaf" one of the brave pi-
oneers who lengthened her coat and raised her hemlines . . with her stun-
ning FICURE-ative literary style we're sure she'll go very far.
Class President; Literary Staff, Elchanet; Drama Club; Junior Debating Team;
Class Debater; Captain, Boosters; Biographer.
Veteran globe trotter of the senior class, from Kansas to Denver to N.Y.
only senior suited for a career in the C.I. A. Has confused teachers with her
two handwrittings . Has another half no-one knows about Jo is the ex-
ception to Mrs. Stern's maxim: "There is no such thing as an accent!" . Solve
this riddle: who lives furthest from school, yet nearest to school, and is still late
to school? . . . A language "lover" she astounded and awed exponents of the
"it can't be done" philosophy by successfully convincing Mr. L. to let her drop
Latin and French thereby a precedent for other sufferers . Co-founder of the
notorious Smitty and Morg Conversation Developing Course When Sitting
Next to or in Front of a Teacher's Desk good luck Jo and may your hair
Class President; Scenery Committee, School Productions; Choir; Booster; Big
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Three lockers coming in for a landing is Nina really underneath?
she's still in one piece — all sixty-two inches of her . No, she is not her
younger sister's younger sister . Has the most adorable sneeze Our
French scholar — Mademoiselle Noimann . Keeps her Hebrew classes post-
ed on how many seconds remain until the bell "Sews" herself into hilarious
situations . Combines her droll wit with keen insight ... a deep and earnest
thinker, she is the center of many lively discussions short on hair, but im-
mense in personality, Nina is truly one in a million !
Choir; Props Manager, "Guys and Dolls;" Scenery Committee, School Produc-
tions; Drama Club; Publicity Committee; Big Sister.
SHARON BRENDA NEUMARK
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To describe Sharon as slim would be an understatement Sharon — what
did Israel do to you? known for her artistic prowess in drawing, from doo-
dling to self-portraits . . . Mrs. Levinson's delight Mrs. Mintz's too . . who
else but Sharon could sell her own drawing to a teacher !! . . indulges in the
oddity of sleepwalking made quite an interesting hostess at the freshmen
weekend nevertheless, Sharon has some prominent abilities which never
remain dormant dancing her way through Carnegie Hall and mid-terms at
the same time heaven only knows how she did it! Reading — indispen-
sable for Sharon's probing mind what's that you're hiding under your
Chumash, Sharon? , . . a good friend, helping others to help themselves, Shar-
on's hopes-of going into Special Education will surely be realized.
Layout Editor, Elchanet; Scenery Committees, School Productions; "Bonche
Schweig"; Competitive Play; Drama Club; Head of Maccabiah; Dance Festival;
Dance Group; Choir; Booster.
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Did Brooklyn move to Washington Heights, then Monsey? Ronni "Bull"
seems to have picked up the dialect without ever having lived there . . this
compact little package can talk up twenty-five dollars worth of storm in one
night! . her imaginative descriptions can keep you either in tears or in stitch-
es, but in any case thoroughly exhausted Hail Twinkle Toes "Don't slip
on the vaseline!" her constant flow of ruach attests to the fact that she's a
true B'nai Akivanik says more in one look than you can express in a five
hundred word composition though Rifka is often silent, beneath her exte-
rior beats a heart full of fierce feelings towards Aretz.
Class President; Dance Croup; Dance Festival; Choir.
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Our blue-eyed blonde, "little Offie" is an overflowing bundle of energy and
enthusiasm can always be found dancing, cheering, or singing or walk-
ing in the park — at night!? as our Arista V.P. she's known to have looked
under tables for tutors . . . Eva got hysterical when she heard a song on the ra-
dio about someone "coming" . . wonder why . known to have tackled Ja-
son and the Stranger in any language she's great had trouble with her
foot but not with Oedipus a cheer for our cheerleader!
Vice President, Arista; Class Secretary, Treasurer; Dancing, School Production;
Class Plays; Captain, Cheerleaders; Dance Group; Israeli Dance Festival; Band;
Choir; Big Sister.
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Our Rumanian gypsy known for her long, dangling earrings and colorful
vests . An ardent advocator of five apples a day keep the doctor away
Pretzels anyone? T.I., a job, and attending Central all at once —
impossible? . . . not for Marcy . . Dr. Pascal's senorita - One of the privi-
leged few to pick her own name . Responsible for many livily discussions in
Miss Frankel's class . Mr. Steif's and Rabbi Gold's space-saver on mid-terms
. . . One of our biggest Israeli enthusiasts, Marcy hopes to live there some day
but will she ever get her citizenship paper? Only senior that gets lost
between classes - crocheting, dancing, and constantly on the move .
there's no doubt this Perl's a Pearl no matter how you spell it.
Choir; Dancing, School Production; Drama Club; Debater; Cheerleader;
Dance Group; Tutor; Big Sister; Arista.
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Our future U.N. interpreter — or Russian spy! ... so what if she speaks Russian
with a Spanish accent Barbara proved you can watch T.V. all night and still
get 90's . . . Whaddya' mean you didn't watch the late, late, late show . . "No,
this is not my new dress, it's my sweatshirt!" . Our star Spanish actress . . .
always filing her newly cultivated nails Broke the record of being called
upon most in her Navi class "But I'm not an artist!" An authority on the
trials and tribulations of being short "Do I look like I'm twelve years old??"
. . . "Well, I'm not!!" Barbara's charm and intelligence make us love her
Class President; Freshman Play; Drama Club; Class Debater; Choir; Big Sister.
Ratzendorf? Ratterdorf? no, it's Rat-zers-dorf-er or just plain Gi . . .
Mr. Lilker's "Imp" or "Red" our freckled faced chief graduated from
braids to curl-free this mischieveous tomboy is the terror of the faculty
but they wouldn't have her any other way known for her unfailing ability to
get out of any predicament even a Navi class a fresh air bug, we are in
constant fear of her falling out of the window first to venture above the
fourth floor, and disprove the existence of a swimming pool . we all
"shepped naches" from her on the day of the Tanach contest in Israel Gila
is an experience we will never forget !
Editor-in-Chief, Elchanet; Co-Editor, Courier; School Productions; Debater;
High School Bowl; Literary Magazine; Hamvasser; Librarian; Booster; Choir;
Arista; Big Sister.
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After one year in Bronx Science, Toby realized that Central was the place for
her and we're glad she did for three years she has succeeded in making
our untuned pianos into sources of beautiful and lively music from the
Alma Mater to "My Fair Lady" to "Rabbi Akiva", you name it, she'll play it . . .
her innocent blush has won over many a heart even Rabbi Eliezri thinks
she's "Tova" ... To Toby happiness is an unbroken nail and a piece of gum
say her hair is long and she'll love you everybody's confidante, she knows
enough to blackmail anyone a frustrated Arista president who always
seems to be around when Mr. Steif needs her a firm believer in Yud-Ches
L'chupah we hope her dreams come true — fast!
President, Arista; Class President; Committees, School Productions; Pianist,
"My Fair Lady"; School Pianist; Class Debater; Welcome Freshmen Commit-
tee; Hamvasser; Band; Choir; Big Sister.
SHARON RAY ROCKOFF
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Our "Hey Lady!" girl, Sharon is a bouncing bundle of energy and pep born
and raised in Shenandoah, Pa., no less "No, I'm not Elaine!" Always
striving to greater heights, she just couldn't wait to switch from B to A Mr.
Stahl's favorite eraser girl An avid Russian student so why is Germany
always on her mind? maybe being an aunt helps One of our undiscov-
ered artists, Sharon's "marvelous" sand sculpture really turned Mrs. Levinson
on . . . "It's a bird, it's a plane, no it's Sharon's sneakers!" Our singing sten-
ographer and winner of the sixty-four-thousand-dollar question, Sharon surely
won't be forgotten.
Class Vice President, Treasurer; Props and Scenery Committees, School Pro-
ductions; Freshman Play; Publicity Committee; Tutor; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
MONA R. ROSENSTOCK
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Noted for her reading, writing and rhetoric her big, beautiful, grey eyes
speak for themselves Rabbi Eliezri's pet peeve The most imagina-
tive Latin enthusiast Mr. Rathman's "problem" student . . her problem
was finally solved in typing! first pupil to teach the class a history lesson
... on Big Business (she should know!) her sudden disappearance in De-
cember never aroused any suspicion Is that you, Baby Mona?? . . . Keeps
teachers on their toes with her provocative and challenging questions . Our
talented pianist hopes to make her debut in English we're sure she'll
Choir; Committees, School Production; Competitive Assembly; Chanukah
Chagiga; Librarian; Distributor, Courier; Hamagid; Arista.
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The enigma that is Mindy: F.A.V.P.P.C, A.P.T.T.P., B.P.P., P.T.O., C.C.E.
able debater and orator who gets her practice in class . Owner of a distinc-
tive laugh called a cackle when a joke goes over we really know it a
chronic late-comer very "adept" at writing Hebrew compositions . can
testify to the fact that Central's desks are very conducive to sleep Beloved
of our Jewish Ethics teacher — past and present a radical whose bi-weekly
run-ins with the administration make for a diverting few hours every week
Believes there should be peace in Viet Nam and the U.S., and works toward
that goal aspiring law student hopes to help form the new government
after the revolution.
Manager, School Debating Team; Intra-Mural Debater; Class Debater; English
Oratorical Contest; "Bonche Schweig"; Israeli Dance Croup; Choir; Booster.
BARBARA T. RUMAIN
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Don't let her quiet manner fool you behind it is a girl gifted in more ways
than one a probing mind constantly at work, Barbara can solve any prob-
lem an assiduous note-taker, Barbara's known to write down even the
jokes . proved to be a threat to the paper industry with her microscopic
handwriting her dextrous fingers find their way to the piano in between
studying one of the few seniors who braved Math and Physics at the same
time . . our "starry"-eyed senior, Barbara pursued some outside interests
which were "out of this world" Barbara will prove to be a "Brocha" wher-
ever she goes.
C/ass Secretary; Librarian; Class Debater; High School Bowl; Choir; Big Sister;
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President of the "Be Kind To Shrimps" club short on inches but long on
words, Rachelle opened our eyes to the rampant discrimination against the
pint-sized Played the tailor's son (how come her pants didn't fit?) is her
own seamstress . Rose from the only freshman high-school-bowler to cap-
tain of the team by now she has become an incurable collector of trivia . . .
travels every day from Monsey hopes to take a longer trip to school next
year Is constantly amazing us with her crazy lunches — whole grapefruits!
. . . spinach pancakes? and she says she doesn't like eating!?! . . . joined
Mr. Steif's crowd as the one-man art staff of Hamagid Rachelle is living
proof that great things come in little packages!
Class President, Vice President; Captain, High School Bowl; "Oliver"; Com-
mittees, School Production; English Oratorical Contest; Publicity Committee;
Biographer; Hamagid; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
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We dream of Tzipi with the incredible, twinkling, green eyes . she dreams of
horror movies and long, straight hair lives on tranquilizers, Toby, and Teki-
lah what big hands you have . the better to strum with, my dear . . . first
"mother" in the class a "bloomin"' talent our fair lady; now
out to save our souls? dances to make up for her peanut diet . . . Tzipi's
ability to find the good side of anything constantly amazes us "can I curse
now?" instigator of a telephone line in French a chorus in Ivrit and
a baby-sitting service for faculty . Tzipi's a person with whom you can be se-
rious and also laugh ..we even feel like saying something really corny we
all love you Tzip!
Class President; Literary Editor, Elchanet; "My Fair Lady"; Class Debating
Manager; School Debater; Courier; Band; Big Sister; Arista.
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No, no relation to Albert Shanker Rabbi Solnica will never forget her: "Hey
Shenk where's your gum?" Mr. Schwartzbard's sweetheart . "Oops, my
contact lens!" we hope they'll survive the heat in Israel Esther is re-
sponsible for starting all the diet fads in the lunchroom Now which E.S. is
that??? . Would you believe she gets high on air? her infectious laughter
caused many a class commotion A witness to Rabbi Minchenberg's 100-
yard-dash every morning "No, I'm not Miss Levenberg!" Look what
you're stepping into bleep, bleep A believer in natural beauty Hey
Shenk why don't you buy blush-on? it's less painful than pinching . . . Al-
ways smiling, singing and dancing, the "purple and blue" just never seem to
get her down.
Class Vice President; Props Committee, School Production; Dance Croup;
Publicity Committee; Tutor; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
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A professional worrier, our cute blonde is amazingly good at inventing prob-
lems for herself . "Just look at those pimples!" (we give up, where are they?)
... a blushing B'nei Akivanik (remember that din v'cheshbon about Ovadiah?)
. . . always willing to help, whether it's offering a seat on the subway, carrying
your books, or baking a professor of the "open door policy" "the
nerve of getting sick on us like that!" "and then inviting those Chicago
girls" . . spends her time hovering over the mail waiting for a friendly letter
... is ready to sue the post office every five days . they're going to sue her if
she doesn't go on Hach' soon made her debut shouting "murder, mur-
der!" is now found dancing every spare second no matter what she
says, we think Annie is really great!
Class Vice-President, Treasurer; Chorus, School Productions; "Bonche
Schweig"; Assistant Head, Israeli Dance Croup; Choir; Big Sister.
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Probing, mischieveous eyes set in a face framed by long silky hair . only a
few attributes of our Southern Belle Teachers get a full benefit of her talent
for keeping a class in stitches often are startled to find that behind the
clown's mask lies a sensitive and intellectual mind Hands busy crocheting
yarmulkas — "No, Mr. Stahl, this one's not for you!" . . . Her mind continuous-
ly filing Tanach ("It's on the bottom line, left side of the page, Miss Offenbach-
er!") . . . "Pizza anyone?" On her toes since the first day of school . . . Phi has
proven to the world that it's possible to stay slim on a diet of pizza and falafel!
Head of freshman weekend — maybe that's why there's never been
another?!? . . and of Maccabiah — is that why we lost?!? . . . This ardent B'nei
Akivanik is loved by all!
Class President; Business Manager, Elchanet; "Brigadoon"; Dancing and Props
Committee, School Productions; Drama Club; Hebrew Oratorical Contest;
Class Debater; Captain, Maccabiah; Chanukah Chagiga; Welcome Freshmen
Committee; Dance Croup; Israeli Dance Festival; Biographer; Booster; Big
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Mr. Lilker's Smitty our Suchie . S.S.S. is an uncommon as uncommon can
be from Mr. Stahl's frustration came Mr. Rathman's prodigy Voted law-
yer of the year Advocator of freedom of speech Avid taker of history
notes — but whose? . . One of the few select readers of as yet undiscovered
Hebrew literature Our year-round model and owner of the season's
first maxi Mr. L. was disappointed it didn't fit him . . . Only girl who com-
mutes to Israel three times a year . . . From her horse hair in Dr. Pascal's class to
her falling up the stairs, our bubbling scientist is sure to go far.
Class Debating Manager; Scenery, Freshman Play; Fashion Shov
Booster; Typist, Hamagid; Biographer; Choir; Arista.
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An enthusiastic waving of both hands and a cheery "Hi girls!" was Frieda's
greeting now a big, friendly "Shalom" greets us in the halls Alphabeti-
cal seating sometimes chooses our friends — is that why Sobel was so friendly
with Schwartzbard, Solnica, and Stahl?! This "newsgirl" comes to school
with the latest info on the Forest Hills Young Marrieds their kids, their
doings . . their concerts? Founder of the school ping-pong team . . Frie-
da has added bounce to Central in more ways than one having a talent for
instruction, Frieda busies herself tutoring and a little teaching on the side
"Frieda, what does "KLAID" mean? truly a Yiddishe Maidele . . wher-
ever she goes, Frieda radiates a true love for Torah and a deep sensitivity and
love for Aretz.
Class President, Vice President, Treasurer; Co-editor, Hamagid; Scenery and
Props Committees, School Production; Freshman Play; Welcome Freshmen
Committee; Captain, Ping-Pong; Bookfair; Choir; Big Sister.
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Editor-in-chief of the Courier Arlene always finishes ahead of the deadline
... a firm believer in work now and rejoice later — term papers ready in Sep-
tember and a suntan in January? senioritis beginning to affect her too? . . .
always the first one out of the building her class notes are very informative
— to Frances that is an expert skier our Latin whiz — "est vere socia
bona" a compulsive shopper neat, organized and tastefully dressed,
Arlene rates highest in any poll.
Editor-in-Chief, Courier; Librarian; Choir; Usherette; Biographer; Big Sister;
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A blast of refreshing air — Marilyn is at the windows again trying to revive us
refusing to give up after the windows struck back French and Math (or
was it art?) in Senior year a chocolate bar a day tired of being subjected
to a "prophetic" interrogation always at a loss for books, never at a loss for
an answer What's her name in Chumash? the only Junior who knew
how to read English, the only Senior who couldn't "write" a poem a mix-
ture of liveliness and sincerity, it's absolutely un DEBATEable that Mar is the
Class Vice President; "My Fair Lady"; Freshman Play; Drama Club; Debater
Tutor; Biographer; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
ESTHER JAYDE STRAUSS
Official cheerleader of the girls' basketball team — unofficial for the boys . . .
known for her rival, the basketball, Strauss is a PERL of a girl hailing from
Washington Heights, Yecksville U.S.A., Estie combines punctuality and thrift-
ness as our school treasurer joining the ranks of Central with her Dutch
Boy hair-cuts, it grew, and grew, and grew her back row seat proved a
handy cover-up for Estie's nimble fingers . . . from yarmulkas to matching
scarves, Estie can crochet it in no time proved that it is possible to be skinny
she may have become a French scholar in Breuer's, but we're glad she
came to Central.
Treasurer, CO.; Class Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer; Layout Editor, El-
chanet; Scenery Committee, School Production, Drama Club; Co-Captain,
Cheerleaders; Israeli Dance Group; Volleyball Team; Publicity Committee;
Contributor, Literary Magazine; Library; Choir; Big Sister; Arista.
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Esther WHO? Mr. Lilker's Smulowick bur our Szmuly always willing
to defend her peers, Mr. Schwartzbard doesn't have a chance Esther can
no longer boast of being shortest in the class . . in fact, Rabbi Eliezri never
missed her the only Centralite who managed to cut class and be present at
the same time her lunch-periods were "steifled" by other pressing duties
as Hebrew editor of the Elchanet she had to give up one of her favorite pas-
times — eating . but it was well worth it (P.S. the Hebrew section can be
reached by flipping the next ten pages} the only senior who found a pen-
pal down in the office, Szmuly's correspondence with Mr. Lilker proved fruit-
ful we hope her future will be as rewarding.
Class Treasurer; Hebrew Editor, Elchanet; Big Sister Play; Drama Club; Class
Debating Manager; School Debater; Hebrew Oratorical Contest; Hebrew
High School Bowl; Hamvasser; Librarian; Booster; Arista.
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An unceasing source of ruach, our bouncing Bnei Akivanik can always be
found wherever there's an outburst of singing our "Waddles" is sure no
"quack" — a policeman and Mrs. Mintz get free medical advice .A short
"W" haircut never kept Malki from wearing pigtails A great fan of the Rab-
bis' Sons she even practices occasionally herself — like at Miriam's mock chu-
pah Having fallen down the stairs twice and having been hit by snowballs
during class Malki has grounds to sue the school but she'd probably end up
raising the money for insurance Bore the financial burdens of the school
quite successfully Is that why you never had time for class, Malki? good
excuse . . . Although Malki claims that her name is derived from "Minerva",
her congeniality certainly is no myth.
Treasurer, CO.; Class President, Vice President, Treasurer; Business Manager,
Ekhanet; "My Fair Lady" Class Debater; Chanukah Chagiga; Hamvasser;
Dance Croup; Israeli Dance Festival; Band; Choir.
FRANCES PEARL WALFISH
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We start each morning with Frances' melodious voice singing out "Boker Tov"
inspires her classmates with a heartrending reading of Tehilim Frances
is always in demand . . . "Valfish, Valfish, vere is Valfish?" , Frances is proba-
bly in hiding . . Mr. Steif and Rabbi Eliezri are rivals for her favors whom is
Frances having lunch with today? . . . prover of the uselessness of vestiges
has a knack for bumping into people unexpectedly from a lowly reporter
on the Courier, she rose to editor of the widely? read Maggid Mr. Klein's
best friend constantly surprising us with her wealth of knowledge "Did
you know that Eugene O'Neill's brother lived in Paterson?" Frances's warm
smile brightens even the dreariest of days.
Class Vice President; Editor, Hamagid; Props Committee, School Production;
Drama Club; Chanukah Chagiga; Hebrew High School Bowl; Hamvasser;
Courier; Tutor; Choir; Arista.
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One of the most blooming writers des belles lettres is our Miriam she her-
self is an ardent admirer of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Eugene O'Neill, and Tennessee
Williams A French student who speaks Spanish with a slightly Italian accent
... Is often heard saying: "My heart is in the Highlands" (Israel, that is) . Her
lovely dark hair and eyes make us wonder if Miriam is a sabra although she
is next to Acharonah in the class alphabet, she is certainly very Chaviva !
Class Debater; Drama Club; Chanukah Chagiga; Contibutor, Literary Maga-
zine; Usherette; Booster; Choir.
SUSAN GAIL WIND
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Our sun-struck senior started Central with a bang . . . then proceeded with a
boost and a strum our mod freshman, she was the first in our class to be a
big sister will always be remembered for her debt to the military service
to fulfill her role as a true philanthropist her words could be heard echoing
throughout our halls . . "Girls, have your money ready!" . . . was seen wear-
ing a yellow polka dot bikini in summer and a fuzzy-wuzzy in winter who
can she be? a French starlet? a Russian spy? I know — a prophetess . .
without Wind there's no Ruach !
Class Treasurer; Captain, Boosters; Drama Club; Dance Group; Band.
Graduation has finally come and we're off! As we
leave, we would like to say "thank-you" to the par-
ents, families, friends, teachers, and administration
with whom we spent the last four years. Within each
one of us there is, to be sure, a bit that we have
gained from each of them. "May G— d grant us the
strength and the courage to continue to live up to
their hopes and fulfill all their dreams."
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That's a moot question.
Teachers Say The Darndest Things
You had better be on my side because it is to your advantage.
Some of your cards are beginning to look like baseball fields with all the little round
I did not ask for comments. I made a statement.
I do not think that you are registered here in a betrothal course.
Close your books. That way I have no problems.
Look, you and I can think differently but the book knows what is on the regents so
we have to go according to the book.
I am the only one who is to whistle in this class.
Do not say that. If deflates my ego.
We stopped asking'why a long time ago.
Knock it off!
I'm just as uncomfortable as you are and I'm older and I'm colder.
Please don't be feminine in class.
The girls here are basically good.
Let's be orderly!
You don't want to talk to me today, do you?
This is a classroom, not a clashroom.
She knows what she's saying.
You're so naive you don't even know . . .
This is a contzpiratzia.
Don't jump out. It's not that bad.
Hayom anachnu will discuss the inyan of Lamed-Tes Melachot.
Ya Understand, ya know, ya understand . . .
If you have any questions . . . see me during lunch.
"Hei" is for horses and "hei" is for Hiphil.
A little lipstick and a little paint makes a girl what she ain't.
If you want to sneeze go down to the office.
You can call me anything but never late for dinner.
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You got a 75% on this test. I'm glad to see you're picking up.
Sit up front. You're destroying the neighborhood back there.
If you can't hear me you're hard of hearing.
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Mooooooooooo . . . Mazel Tov.
You eskimos, you lame ducks!
If you don't put your hand down I'll cut if off and tie it behind your back.
I'm going to clean up Central singlehanded.
Today you'll have to spend in Siberia.
/ thought the test was easy anyway.
I see you're back but don't think I missed you.
You don't have to come to class if you don't want to.
(to Rashi) Where is that lethal weapon of yours?
(from a male faculty member) We girls
G-d da-n it!
Today we are going to play shlogball.
Mahrvelous dear, simply mahrvelous!
You're disturbing the air waves.
Paper is cheaper than a headache.
It's easier to keep up than to catch up.
At least if you're going to dance, don't dance with a shlep.
I'm a very independent girl myself.
The Torah has more faith in seventy-year-old men than you do.
Today I'd like to get you to the altar.
I don't care what they do as long as they tell us beforehand . . .
No matter whether I'm right or wrong, I'm still the boss.
Shards of soda bottles, long since discardeaVlittered the sand, mixed with the
sea shells washed ashore by the froth. Sand dunes, formed by the passage of
time, lay undisturbed. For years this stretch of land had been haunted by the
solitary figure of the stooped, aged man, puttering about arranging row upon
row of the bits strewn about his habitation. Time slipped by unnoticed as he sat
huddled gazing out on the peaceful tableau spread before him.
Toward sundown, when the seagulls swept down, he would leave his perch
and find refuge in the cavities afforded by the cold gray rocks. To watch the
birds would only pain him. They were a jarring reminder of his past life. They
could only prove once again man's futility and ineffectiveness, for there was
nothing he could do to help the unsuspecting fish falling prey to the birds.
He had had a home then and a wife whom he could only remember lying in
the white hospital bed, surrounded by doctors trying to bring about the deliv-
ery of their child. And he stood at the foot of the bed watching her face con-
tort with each new pain while he held his hands at his side, knuckles white. It
was just a matter of hours before the doctors were at work on a new case and
his wife was stretched out on a marble slab.
Forms Questionnaires . When they had finished with h\rj) and had
expressed the appropriate regrets, he walked out on the world, leaving all be-
hind. He did not deny his escape; he did not minimize his cowardice; yet he
knew that he had taken a necessary step. Nb longer could he share in the joys
and sorrows of life. All that had meant anything w^s tost and not to be
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)sek)ce. The world continued on its course without him,
ild. One man made little difference in society's bustling
The soft padding of footsteps along the sand intruded and awakened him out
of his revery. Startled by this alien sound, he was even more surprised by the
appearance of-the stroller, a young boy oblivious to his presence. The man
remained hidden within the crevices watching the chjld prance aboutdelight-
ing in the pu re beauty of Nature .
As the weeks passed, the old man found himself looking forward to the spo-
radic appearances of the boy. He could feel a transformation in himself, a
growing sense that part of his re-awakened heart now belonged to this boy
who did not even know of his existence. One day, drawn by the child's joyful
countenance, the man stepped slowly over his fortress of shells and glass, hesi-
tant but determined. And against the darkening sky two solitary figures could
be seen leaving the solitude of the past.
What do I care?
For I stay warm and dry within my walls
As the rain rolls gently down my window.
Let women and children be torn from life
Let innocent blood flow
Let bombs explode the identity of man
Let napalm eat through man's soul
Let mothers weep with futility
As children scream in pain
Let the cruel, gnawing knife of hunger
Slash all glimmers of hope
What do I care?
For I stay warm and dry within my walls
As the rain rolls gently down my window.
Let the vicious spreading germ of hate
Eradicate all love
Let man's worth be based upon
The color of his skin
And let pain permeate the entire earth
From the moment of man's birth
Till mercifully his wretched and wracked existence
Is torn from his bleeding hands
But I am not warm and dry
For as the rain rolls gently down my window
Tears roll gently down my cheeks.
leaping with joy and hope
toward beauty and truth.
in celebration of one soul
a pattern of singularity
in its form and its response.
the supreme work of my creator.
one isolated raindrop
no impression on the solid rock.
alone . . .
an echo of all things past
a bridge for all things yet to come.
in celebration of one soul
"There is only one child in the world and the child's
''' name is all children."
"It's inevitable," said father as he took a second helping of turkey. His oldest son
sat listening to his predictions for the coming elections as the girls fed their baby
brother. "Who else would like more turkey?" asked mother, as usual.
Suddenly, the baby called out, "I want too, I want too!"
"He said a sentence!" cried Mother and she ran to hug the bewildered child. Fa-
ther beamed and his big brother gave him a hearty pat on the back, and then
suddenly tossed him upon his shoulders. The baby had pronounced a sentence!
Somehow he had found three lifeless words and put them together to make
something vibrant; the baby could create. Someday he might be a teacher, a
statesman — his words might be repeated by a thousand tongues. Someday he
would be a father and his sons would carry his thoughts. He would goon!
At the open fire of the bushmen, in front of their cavelike dwelling, sat three fam-
ilies together as they ate their dinner. The men and boys spoke of the new hunt-
ing grounds, while Mother gave them second helpings of deer. The family baby
sat with his sisters who crooned to him and scolded as they fed him.
Then suddenly the baby called out, "1 want too, I want too!"
Mother gasped and cried out "Here is man!". She carried the baby over to the
menfolk. They welcomed the bewildered child with shouts and placed him in the
seat of honor among them. The baby had shown that he too was a man — creative
and brave. He had pierced that wilderness of silence and cried out. Someday he
might be a great chief, a judge — all the people might hearken to his words.
Someday he would be a father and his sons would carry his thoughts. He would
In a broken down tenement a little boy gazed at a T.V. screen dumbly as he
munched on some plaster. A picture of a family eating dinner flashed on the
screen and impulsively the child cried out "I want too, I want too!".
But no one heard. No one raised a ruckus. He had said a sentence but no one
dreamed of his future. No one cried out "maybes". The T.V. droned on and the
child munched silently on the plaster. He didn't know he could go onward.
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Two years of this rotten, dirty war and I was finally going home. Within the hour the jet would arrive at the air-
field to pick up her passengers — the combat fatigued soldiers anxiously heading for home. As I waited, I saw a
little child playing in front of me and I tried to imagine, as I had done so often in previous months, the reunion
with my family. Then suddenly the little boy fell and I moved instinctively to help him as my friend had reached
out toward me that fateful day.
... It was our last but most dangerous mission. We were still together then. We were a company of soldiers dif-
ferent from each other in every way, yet we found a common link in our will to survive. The fireside talks we
shared were filled with the sincerity that only men in constant danger could feel. We were closer than broth-
ers. The war had made us dependent on one another. I realized this the day the enemy launched its surprise
attack. I was shot and couldn't budge from between the enemy crossfire. One of my buddies ran out and
dragged me to safety. I was saved, but he had been fatally wounded. The only comfort I could find within my-
self was that I would have willingly sacrificed as much for him . Life was more meaningful to me now for I
was living at another man's expense . . .
My flight was announced over the loudspeaker, so I automatically headed for the departure gate. I had in my
hand my satchel and within my mind, my memories of the war.
Big deal! So I've gotta sit in this dumb room staring at myself in
a dumb mirror. It doesn't bother me at all. As a matter of fact I
like myself. I even love myself, a little. I can take care of myself
pretty good. Who needs friends anyway? Friends are just things
that keep a guy from playin' with his favorite new electric train
just when he's about to play with it. My friend Billy, is just a
whole lot of trouble.
Anyhow, here I am without that sissy, Billy Hawkers, and I'm
not even a tiny bit lonesome. I'm havin' a really good time in
here. Gee — twiddlin' my thumbs sure is fun and I don't need
girly Billy for that.
This mirror sure tells me lots 'bout myself. I'm gettin' to be a
big fella. Big guys like me don't need to think about Billy or
anybody. Nobody's been with me for an hour now. I can even
play games like — like — like bitin' my nails and rollin' my eyes
even without Billy.
'Course if I wanted to play baseball I couldn't do it all alone. I'd
need to call Billy and the rest of the gang. But who needs
baseball? I gotta remember that I'm with the big guys now.
That's why I'm in here. My big boy punch made that squirty Bil-
ly Hawkers go cryin' to his mommy.
But gee — maybe I do feel sorry. I mean, just a little bit. After
all, Billy was my best pal. What I mean is, I couldn't really play
catch without him. He's not such a bad little kid. Maybe I don't
like bein' bigger than him. Maybe twiddlin' my thumbs isn't
such great fun. Maybe I don't like just seein' myself in the mir-
ror. Maybe I don't like bein' alone. 1 guess a fella does need
some friends, even like Billy.
'Mom, can I please come out now?'
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"WASHINGTON — THE PRESIDENT INTENDS TO COUNTER A WAVE OF BOMB SCARES AND BOMBINGS.
IN RECENT DAYS THERE HAVE BEEN EXPLOSIONS IN ..."
Mommy, look at the T.V.! See, all those big buildings fell down just like my building blocks. I didn't know
grown-up people play the same games.
"ELSEWHERE, SCATTERED GROUND FIGHTING WAS REPORTED. 81 ENEMY SOLDIERS WERE KILLED."
Hey Mommy, that's almost how many pennies I have in my piggy bank. I counted 'em all up this morning.
You know how many I have? 85! Isn't that a lot?
"INFORMED SOURCES SAID THEY HAD BEEN CONDUCTING COMBAT OPERATIONS AGAINST THE GUER-
RILLAS IN THE NORTHEASTERN SECTOR OF THE COUNTRY."
But Mommy, those men don't look like gorillas. Gorillas are mean and ugly, and they even kill the other
animals in the jungle! How come that man says they're gorillas?
"CONDITIONS ARE PARTICULARLY TENSE IN THE CITY WHERE SEVERAL HUNDRED THOUSAND PEOPLE
STAGED A DEMONSTRATION YESTERDAY ARMED WITH SPEARS, SWORDS, AXES, AND OTHER
Mommy, look! They're playing Cowboys and Indians. Wow! See how they're all fighting with each other?
It's a great game, Mom. We play it in kindergarten when the teacher leaves the room. Sometimes the girls
start crying 'cause they get scared. Us guys can be pretty tough, you know.
"THE VICTIM'S BODY WAS FOUND IN THE STREET WITH BULLETS IN THE HEAD AND CHEST. THE SHOTS
COME FROM BEHIND A TREE ABOUT FIFTY YARDS AWAY, THE POLICEMAN SAID."
Oooh Mommy, that man got a shot too! Remember when you took me to the doctor and he gave me that
big needle? Boy, did it hurt! Did his shot hurt as much as mine?
"THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS ORDERED AN INVESTIGATION OF THE ALLEGED MASSACRE
OF 103 VILLAGERS IN ..."
Hey Mom, how come all those people are sleeping on the ground? and in the daytime too! Gee! I like my
bed much better. Don't you?
"THE PRESIDENT SPOKE OF A HOPE FOR PEACE IN THE NEAR FUTURE."
A piece of what Mommy? Mommy? A piece of what?
There is a footprint
In the freshly fallen snow
— Civilization is born.
Rashi Fish man
They call her "the witch". She lives alone
at the top of the hill surrounded by ani-
mals frolicking among the trees. A feeling
of snug security prevails and many ani-
mals rest peacefully in the sun. Small,
large, domesticated, or wild — the ani-
mals come to her for shelter because they
are not afraid. They rest because they feel
secure. She treats them with gentleness
and kindness. She says she cures them
with love. It is indeed witchcraft she prac-
tices. Humans are truly smarter than ani-
mals — they know not to accept love giv-
en with no ulterior motive. Pure, un-
selfish, love does not exist . Then why
do these animals thrive on it? It must in-
deed be witchcraft.
c , — Florence Kalowitz
The clown walks and smiles
With his red and painted mask
Tears fall; no one sees.
The bitterest man
He had no sorrow, no pain
And he knew not joy.
Stars wink at each other
The moon flirts with the clouds
— The night's love affair.
"No Man Is An Island . . ."
Say It With Animals
Even the animals
on Noah's ark were
assembled two by two.
UPON THE PUBLISHING OF MEDITATION#17
Cursed by John Donne! That fiendish plagiarist has once again thwarted my
hopes for eternal fame. I will no longer be silent. I seek revenge. Let the truth
Once upon a midnight dreary, the king came to me and told me of his plight. It
seemed that his cherished daughter, Princess Zelda, had taken a liking to a
poor common man against her father's wishes. The king asked me to make use
of my charms and turn the man into a frog. When he would be in the form of a
frog the princess would never touch him for fear of contracting warts. Readily,
I went to work. I prepared the brew and proceeded to search for the desired
chant. Thinking I had found the proper chant, I uttered the fatal words.
But lo and behold! I had turned the man into an island, not a frog. In my des-
peration I began rattling off every chant my blessed teacher had taught me, but
in vain. The die was cast.
The king, suddenly finding a patch of green before him and no reptile in sight
demanded, "You fumbling witch, what dastardly deed have you done?! "Have
you changed this man into an island?" The fear of being decapitated hindered
me from telling the truth. Treacherously I answered,
'No man is an island."
"No Man Is A Snowflake
,T,n nnnn nans -prim mto 'am nwa ."lTan, 1 ?
.nawn^ imn nx D'yin 1 ? nma pfiN
nx matoon maa l"""'"^' m« ins naa ny
'xna -naiB nys^m 5 pipru? '» to yawn 1 ? mm kw
mz?y»» :(«"^ nau?) xnaaa xtoan msona mato
naa to 'am'J : * nax -'«»» '^ saiy ins o"ioya
.nnx hi to naiy 'axwa ntoa minn to 'anatou?
sa .lmao? paan naxa (niansp Tina 'xaa?) ism
(torn -nann mix nx iaaa u?pai) ton 'is 1 ? (nam)
'in -|ton :C-ia^ ton) ti> nax .(wx t»j) ij'T'1
(-pan 1 ? nwyn x 1 ? T'to 'Trjbw na) mayn x 1 ? inanV
■uwro) xm xnma nn'xi rf?ia nmi to x\n it —
."(-urn ns nam i 1 ?) mas "?'T .(sin am'fl
nan .(t" 1 'b ntop) "D'yawa nnia n'aan nan,,
nnai naana man nx town mna 1 ? nun msn
.imx D'yaawai yawn a 1 ? "?v n'topna
nman nx I'mrf? nton msma na"p ia'a>'a
ny nnvaa manys; nnwa .mawa npa x 1 ? otoyau?
y>b» 'V lyma 'm m^n 1 ? mnan u?xn ,tp •» -i" 1
lyian nsoa yaa nnan msnua .mwjr» nnaiy
ntoa .yam p'to 1 ? mwinnu? ny u?an V'aa 'Tin'n
D'mato 400,000 n,nya ,nnaix nxi .v^v P"i
O'aioma D'Tinm naon 'naa D'nai 1 ? niT&^ii
n'raton onixa nnx n'yu?na ntoa 1 ? .D'ai,iz?n
,513b? 1 ? mnnx my© pn nmn-maton 'nsa bh»*
-to nmn' nao 'naa D'naf? 40,000-a nni' x 1 ?
anai 1 ? n,ton D'yanx nmxa tinx nnwy pn .D"ai'
mawa nmn — wta 'nay pam nao n'aa
nax"a lanao n'33 nnaito nmato tou? ,xxv .niaup
nyu layu xV atoyau? nwyxi D'myx nxa> inya
di x'n .nxa n3'sya it na^xft nn3iy .mn' Trn
'jmnn iirn 1 ? nvnnxm "?iy3 mvb unis n3"na
'm.n'n nyian ■?© ynaan lam"? nxn 1 ? irto
anp 1 ?' 'na n'airn miay 1 ? noann 1 ? u'to .npnaxa
.ninn' 1 ? ns"nx na'3D3 tour nyun nx nmn 1 ?
n'yiysa pioy 1 ? matn irn' 1 ? W^annw nywa
rrni3S nvapoy mna ,ni'yispa mma mna ,rrairn
nx X2 mar: ,mana nyswn mtoa nina ,nno ,ix
:-li3'na totn umx na'?» 'man toan
.(t"B noio) "nanpa tb'I nmn 'rxau; xnn D^iyV/,
ton-, nana 1 ? (a"' nawa u pns) ni3.x vna3
,mto? nnm mto; ams ,p.ns to? Tn'atoa 'in ,naw
."nniri 1 ? ianpai rn'n3.n nx amx
•jnann ,inynto; .f^n^xna a"'xin nira nsioa
dj'x^ D'nin' 1 ? vwnnb tx lanato toan maxa3 ton
/'.nmn 1 ? ianpa 'irr» ,i'nana .nmnn mna D'anana
lina,,) naaa o'pinn nnw n"?x to ixa namau? mna
.(T'bwsx n"?n mna ann nxa "naxw
iprn ton to; it inxy3 ^anwn 1 ? i:yn'i in' '»
nx .D"na liann nx ina 1 ? mawa n's 1 ? nwx nao'o5
xto? nto nx — n'pinnn nx anp 1 ? D'a'aiya iax
n"n D'» awu7 , 7 nuaninn nn'my:a on 1 ? nan'a
to? nn'3a nna lanxa nu?im — ianmn mmpaa
liDpn x 1 ?// 'a manspa nntn 1 ? u'to .mi'nai nutoo
! .('i nau?a '3 pnfl) ni3N 'pns3 ton 'nsna ,"nato
nmn anp3 ntonn 1 ? lanaina I'xir? -I'toa pia
onxn .3BiaV amx nnnn 1 ? naa to nwn n.nna mou?
.ns'isn nmn nyswnn xau? naaon ntoiai ixto ia's
myntoi ca'ann nx mns 1 ? mto omp'sxn mnc?
pxu? nmsia T3 rnan 1 ? nyn 1 ? D'3"n nmn '13
D'noisn D'aia:n i'ai nnix snp 1 ? mnc?sx dib? naa
'a to .'aim mam noin iina n's'ybn tb? to
nx nmn 1 ? anp"? tonwn 1 ? a"ina ni3'B?'3 m^n wanw
n:m33 an nton D'Tyxn .ni m^n 1 ? i=t xto D'mysn
on .nnatt^a xto> ,D'toianan r& lawau? mpiam
nn'to mp'yan m'ysn i3oa xsi» DyD-x 1 ? D'^sna
an .anxn l 1 ? ms'B; nnaan innn nK nyto .'toa
n'sito 1 ? n'xn^ n'^aioa nsw 'as .ntox3 D'B?u?aa'
n'isn nxra nmy .nmnn mxa wn innn nx nto
nspiz?: n'"?'to; nysirn to? naaon txb? anpoa pn
mnmx nx na mar 1 ? vp .nannn 1 ? pipm nxa nny 1 ?
'a pns) "nrniM Qi 1 "W l as va Taxn to» =ton to?
.(max 'pnss '.n mu?a
it now lopa mmnn to 'tonai i:naix max
: mxaan naa nam .D'B>p nni' D'x:na ltosx
n'u?xna) "inna is?y *wk 2?san nxi« pioo 1 ? ynaa
,nnE?i D'u?:xn nx m'aa nnnan» : v 'B?n naix en 3"'
."nixu?y V?'xa ainan orrto' ntoai D'a?:n nm'Sa
D'ani/, piosni?/ nnaix a"y "t rnnnaoa xnaan
yimn pnx to' nasa (i '3 'axto) "rva awn
mx i'a nito? Dwai mto? mim oito? arnxo
ran us/a max?
.rnwa o"i3&"n bw amb-n naonDnntr nnxb .omaur
pfiTpa ,D'nxa bw rPTno'abia mbnpn onw ua
ins mpa myai ,nnaoa nanmpa ,mnaxn npnaxa
nao„a naioan 'sb .D'i'nbi D'ianb ,yn' 'nbs
nnaa nx ibym nmn nbxn ta'asnn ix'ann "nbapm
ma'wn bw tnyptrb nanpiz; naipna anyan mxnxa
iwyw .nnuDb mn ym u"ni mn mnu ]BT3
animn bw Dirs: mmoa by .D'pnpn Dy nns t
nx D'noun inn xb ns dtob .D"iawn ]ins naiub
'mmb omx inoa nx 'a ,onn'b i-ba:w D'mmm
-t oirb lyunw mamn nntya onis na© mpmn
mbnpna en dx ?3 mpmna mbnpna pi xb xompb
ib'axi "ubina DTT-Doaxa maama rnbcrxa mpinnn
naipn nb'nnnra ,miwn nbiyn nanba mo/ma
nx D'an cenn' o'myx lia'o maimx nnmb nmu/n
Yin, *yinb D'b'ayan nvirx nx maynb na cn"n
(mbxi'b-'nba) 'a mby nxnpi nxin mbyn .bxnfc^
train nia'aw ninabi nbu'n brc I'ninn mnab 'a
nbwaa nnxn xb ,nain'x mb'npa yon mix naw
anm' mbyb ynaa nnnw m^asnn by nmb maona
,nxsa3 ,mpin 'nba nnrna /a mby .bxnw nab
nbiraa no pai vmwai -fawn wds i'a ,xia'x
nny^n nx mnab na'aon xbir bxnw rwa a-nan
dj 'xwna win lbya 'a mby 'iwx .naimx 'U'bab
,D'onani bir onan byi dbx by ,nxwn naipn mna
lau? ,onbw "pbn neon* by -imb ixn xb ftyu;
.bxnur> n«b mbyn nbaarr nnn nx iaon^
.D"i3w mnaa "imx if T"iy ,ii'»'a ib^sx
o'a-nxi bxi^ 1 ' runaa onvn nx ions Dnavoan
yuab urnoau; bysa dtp .D":yn onb'tt nwsab
.bsn^'a^ 'Jiyrr rn:ia^a mn: man pox
'a^a mana naao b© axaa o^xsa: onw 'nan
mxnsa nmn 1 ivb^a n^bira invb .any mna
onon .D'TUT nii'n nnoia ps "bnani loa^b nayau;
nn D'airn: mm-i n: , 'naai n°ump 'Br»awi onb
mbiysb iisoat i:naa anna xbi iiaa iiaya nxn
n^r: xb ;xbi xb nnrai? D"iatyn pn& o^b mty
"iiyi m by nayn xb„ jit nbm mxa
,D"ay mana' mabn ,m\n nawaa) yaip D"aann
in ."D ,v iaa; imsa nbm mxa ib -px,, ■. ('•> ;n pis
a^iaiz/n bir nvpn '•xam iTa^n nia'D .vrvyai yn
n^'ya ivicn mxa -obix .QTiyn nis'bna a^nisa
.-ivn in baa maiy
niffya ba mo bipw nnx DiX//i^ dths b"tn
,D"pQ'" ba»wi ,('i ,x"b pis ,]T)2 ^ii max) "n^'xia
pns rmnao) "xba obiy n"p ibxa bxni^a nnx vsi
.('- nawa /T
D'Tn 1 btt? mxamb ubc? -mDona nooa rx
nai^a^n .D"iaw ivis msa nrpa nnu^ mb\-pi
]ins m'ya ,ia'a'a di '3 ,nsiab nbxn mxamn ub
D'nu? D'as .imsnn baa pisn by nnaiy D"ia^
ini nbx D'a'a ^iyn a'ta ;by .i»nna nbx m'yab
.wax omax ~'n ov"nv misb nim^ thpx-i r?
n^xna) "vnx na©: i a// -yiairn vbx nyinir inxb
nnx onx inn ,w s a •'T'b' 1 nx omax nox ,(T" n'"
ia uib nx nnmri omx nan ,D'pmn n^aban nyanx
."vnn« xnpan pii'ba xnpn ,rnx
caynu? mn'birn nx nnaxa xb'a iran nira
.nnsa mayira bxniy 'ia nx msi ,n"apn vby
■.■ ; i«!S'' onxaa bx-w nxxa .bisa ins n\- nr ]vto
bu? '.aw^n iaiaa pn xb nnnb nnaya xiai ww
^ .lannn ptaa as nsa an -ins nnaya nnnw
aiixaa na D^nu; vnir nxaion nyw D"a nboxa
."n\in inai to nn naya bu» nmxn nxnpb
bir -mn'irn by nabna nnnsa onaxa nann
nx msa// nb D'xmp b"tmr D"iaw rns mxa
.('n xnna xaa)
ynii 'anb ibnir n'lin ia y^in 'ana n^ya
irian n'n© "onp'n ji'* '3a»a n^yx nb 1 by av ib
ny nu;a nf xbw yannf 'an ya^a .nmoxn mas
"i .mn iai .naa vrnvv n'na baa imx mo^
, o'B' may xb .msy noa maoa imx ma yii'in'
,b"rn 'bnsa nnxs nononn mQjar mnani D'uyia
■irbir nx nno nirx yir'bx p bxyaE" 'an — iair
Troa msa dtp .]na mms nmnnir nnan nniry
.nmxnbi nmn b'ninb nry m n"iair
T'axnn) nn ]a onnax 'anb "nbapn nao»a
naii'a .nnsoa D^n bit? by na nirx — (riwxnn 1
nn'a ibaa nirx d"13EM nyanx by nsioa — nso
D'nntrm ix'an nbxn D"iaiffn nx .D' 'tp» 'na
na Dfnn'n omx na diti iia'nn D'n 'ba:b
rpwsun np'tn .wnnx nan nrrna ayn i>i&w twiwm x'» »r',i "?jw nana
axa .own now nsnbn pra 'lea 'T 1 ? ma "?iw una 1 ? a^iya D'-nriM ta ^
naia'? 1 vtwa tx nwy Vx-wa dts "?d .umara ns' ytov awn omxa i^w rrnn
ta-urvn n'm d'tss .a'aiwr a?7 ly tx V?y a^iyn "733 o'Twn *ro mV'snn .nmari
103 ww D'3i .mxyn 'aixVii yaxaa 'jyisa inn^n 1 ? nxix ltyi Vx-iw ni'T» nrw^
.nnn'a tyaan naiaV mxosipi nyia msiap nay ptp-pj maim "?aai
b'tw "fr'sx tow ni'itt^ orra dim nw "ra a"?a rmapa nwaa rmpn
Tan tub ^Vixttf yon niysaa paay niwin 'aiyan "rman T 1 ? avn anpaaw a'vn-'rfta
^rron nma^ n^nn"? -niynarr nmni'n naiwn "jw rra^n mw pso "?a t»x .nn^ pia
nsi mora D'Tn-'n^a d'ut dj D'xn 'aiyan. "jmaa .B'Jax naina irrp nam xinw
BTTpan "712; >aiiy»n. Swan Tin .n«n roo- ayn nx n-mrpan nwnpn marai "jk-w
nyrr "?a V» lna'tr? nx mxn 8 ? mrr nan 'xrtn .^w nyV mmxam notowi a^wra
/onaw '«n? W? "iriK 3^3 *m* WHO,
ThK a?a *wk et^d
omx naww minn nbapb bx:w >aab naan pya vn maabn nanpi nrmwr
wwi ...ansa pxa ^w 'aa nxsb »b^ot anna, .amp nab na'aa inna oyb
x 1 ?! -prr ppba "7n'i« aina yna .(a-x b<" map) nrm iaa bx-ip-> dp jn'i >a'o naia
oma'a mpibnai mana ivt xb nyp nmxap xnb'aan >sb maoa '"p-i ?oma "iann,
-™ J™ 1 ? 13' tn axaa ."-rnx aba inx p->xa„ m obia xbx
vn wan nwa ix nanaa Dnnan maiw ay- a-ipa auw Dmoao ini Daax
T»n oa .oyn anpa immer wan nx lprnp nmam rnwn nx nmx ia>bi oyn nx
npa bp irrabn bp inanan nnn D'aawn i\- ,oma mn ypvr> my ba ,nK?r p<na
T3 nnby mm nyswn .n'Bapn rap onppn iBBi-inn ypim bp una nnx
na ."npy va'ya -ip\n ni. : iflioa d'bbuwi nsipn by .nrrnn axon rw»T ay na
xoaa bxiap ,pnnxn tmwn pt bax ,oyn nx mxb itrap o'bdip tap aysa ays
bxw uap mm nmayn nx monb nab by nanp nnxb D'oavn nx aip inxb mbaw
n.manx by naann onmxa mnaai nab n nx nay rxa .D'ayaan ]a o'via'a nab
v ba D'npbsa n t »mri bxw biaaa xab my 12c xbi Dwbsn lyaan, .ompbsn
.(a" 1 'i /x bxiap) "bxiap
nwpa ux p ox xbx Dya D"pnnb onia-> lax pxp ,mnaa ,wam laay 'xjip
liubp '»'a nbxn m-itan jmxan dt>p nx niaip msipna nox p aipa .nmnn nx
VP Q'Pb up D'xaipn .napn nnra,, opa mmac-a ub nijnnn o'xann <a<ai D'arn
nppn nyrr aipa pinnn msmn naap na ba .n-nnna inprnn »t by oyn bp iarpb
xa'py 'anai, o»avn pra iapp ,rran 'aaan rnvra ,m ma .nmnn pai ia'ap raxn
opn pnp by dpdj nx noab n^aaia nv-bi nnxnnb oyn nx nab - D'xann ?ara
.Dbiy ly nnnn ba bp ipann ms'si nx nanxan xw im x\n rrnnn 'a
ay on rrnna Dnmxan d'twto ,bxnp' psaa piay mnrwrm nprnn naiaxn
.mban msix bab nrsn-p nnxb Da Dya D»pnnb annn mry ,ns: ay ,obiy
iiayb pyn xb p^x .nmioa nib'npa Dn»nn«na maipa baa nnxnn am pa onapa
la lasy nx dix x'ST bx abiyb,, : b-tn iaxa 'sb lana -r>am nbnpn maoab pna
.nnoa na'aoa nnnM u'ayb axip 'xaxy iiobp -\t mb-pb .(a"y cs mana) "bban
tima .naisy wm hbitx mrw baai iisoa ia inxi baaa iapp mb-pn bp ^maao
"nixnx yaix iyi„ psyb 10'pm mpy-pp- nxaa nnxn-p pbis mbnp Taoisnn
nx "nbixa pv nsoa ixn -plan ina "\ .nxr- nanan mnna baa om.Tn nx nvnp
Dnmxan pbisa onwn bp 'xasyn pobpn na by .mbnp- maoaa oy- bp mnnx
:b"a- iDD- Tina nxan nxaiana nabb baia mma
na D-b ,mm ,n'ian napba pnnaa laa t- msix yanxi D'oaisn
nim 'Bb dix piaybi mapn pnbn -na inabi mabaap bx-iP' ba oispb
ip dip ->asb xbi D"tay ^n 'asb xb bxnp' pi xa xb obiyai ...n.Ta'y
D'P'aya w ,D"iay >n 'jsb nib bxip 1 - ia ibn mn ibxi .iban 'asb xbi
."anns la'a'ix^ D"pb mbna manna imx
-pain 1 ? "li'ty ,iS'T? .nnawn ^y Dipi^ 1 ? i: 1 ? -hoxt poan x 1 ?^ D'rcm rtf>N D'xaxa
.n^x Ti'fl'a ixa nu>p nnwn nptxai main naVin nurnan ,nn laiiaxT 1 ? '3 ,onij<
•\bxvr> *ax ixn irx svt 'a ,iaxw iVcwnaa y-pxa. 'ai "?j? nnaoa D'Tonn
:nows is rpnn Vw nammn .wan rnwaa niVna bys x 1 ? yna rfrya "?w pi rraa mix
imx Vjxw ox ntyy n» fwansa y-pxa 'an axi -nVix ."lam nwa tpyi xV»
,-nya rprp x 1 ? ,nax ,nxr nfatw Vy .mtpy 1 ? iT>a nvro na ^a vna "?ys x 1 ? yna ,m-iaa
mna^ -my^ na tan^a'aw na "73 niipyV D'ans ,wmn msnsa D'aurrn ,"ux
nvw ntnn imai nv'ra noiaa -pnjn bioi bn .npixan nunxa n'TWTfi bibi bxiw
.nytwi nx van: xa bx .troy »Vi. -my 1 ? "irru
'"?ix .va' "73 in yj nvn^ tyjya vnx nam; rrpn 1 ? laxy 1 ? nam nxi x 1 ? iw r?
ax ,m*taiT yia'p nx wnnV nan ,'338 TIX "lEfitP : D'nyn "?a 's^a lamnxm natra
.owpa iijoi D'tmri nxa rfta
bbk^ rutaw •
ran mita nans
^ihn w iw
,"? 'aax 'nx iawn« : n^xwa pp ray '"• Tiix *7an '«» : pp nx h "?xu? iwxa
nn"?ina jiwx-in rcrnn nsi ,naawnn nx n^aan /it nnran n*?xwa .('to 'i n'wxna)
nwrrpn iamin n'wma w mso mnx 1 ? nmnx twi mil' wma xin tw .Tin 1 ? o'jiyn
."in yaiw nnx ix 1 ? Wan* :^an in ^y /3^~ nda unix la 1 ? 1 ? ,pso x 1 ? 1 ? ,xa
avnai x.^a ran 1'irrt 'Tiff ^a na^na nnx ax ua — u^iaw naiwsn maiyn
^aa D'-insan trnx mia 1 ? D'xinx uaxy nx D'wma iax "! 'aax mx naiw ,p« : t^ma
.ua ysis iV'xa ana yawn bai nxn hisaa yaix
Disai nman nanx .on amsj 'n"?3 D'awia 'aw — ^xic 1 nanxi Dipan nanx
.nnn'a 'Tto' rnpy x'n ^xnwa wsa "?a nanx
/?mw' W>a ^>w la^iya msman ni'yaa paynn 1 ? x 1 ? aix? i 1 ? ran ma D'ays 1 ?
.n"?pn ima mxn nx n"?'aia na'x nn-'n ,nvix .n^w "n ni'n 1 ? i^ra 1? ^anawa mma
n'a'ay 1 ? n'yaian D'nann onaw ,nrmn; mwya roana pna'wn Min 1 ? Dnx yaw nnxan
lanxa nwm-r nnnvi .mpa 1 ? mx paw er^a-i 1 ? nnan mm^a n'^'apa nan 1 ? ms raw
/ww ^a naiD^ lan^a' ao'aa D'xaxa nwym> n'taisn nrman *?y inn 1 ? nym
.'T pis p-nnaoa rawan maix "Dmyn xnaa '^awa :iai"? a"n inxi nnx bi„
,nmyn xnaa lb'awa ib'xa wain 1 ? a ' ' n inx ^a ax ."a"n,/ x^x "'xan« ]xa naxa x*?
nViya asan ms'w 1 ? tnoai ,mwiaxn asa iipn 1 ? 'xnnx ^xnwa wx tow ,-ma nn
.( a xwa xa man) "nn D'nx ^xiw "?a„ .nnn'n
^wa 1 ? .iaay nnVmai 'jsmn mioaa ,i"ana u'pia nmnn nianyn *?w inpyn
pn 1 ? u'^y mv\v nwa .mna 'pya pyi^ -inx 1 ? ,iwaya , 7xiw 'aa ^aiv ,yt^in'a nsioa
nnsan ^rfroaa an'm'uo ^y amx Tntn 1 ? ux a'a"ina oa ia .on 1 ? -nty 1 ?! ia'nx *?y
.^xi^' Vna ]iox yua 1 ? lya 1 ? ,D'aion D'wyam
pnoa D'xann "ry 'vt'W .nmnn maiyn nspn^a ytn mow n^snn Vaa oa
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Seated Left to Right: B. Neumark, J.
Schindelheim, D. Krieger, K. Gor-
don, R. Landau, A. Cohen, D. Eis, G.
Epstein. Standing: R. Snaps, R. Car-
rey, E. Krumbein, R. Neumark, E.
Pretsfelder, E. Bendheim, J. Ber-
nath, L. Humes, J. Weitzen, R. Fried.
Not Show: M. Eckstein, D. Wind-
wehr, E. Leistner, F. Sobel, Z. Mir-
sky, S. Ginsberg.
S. Bergstein, Secre-
tary; S. Last, Presi-
dent; M. Grunber-
ger, Vice Presi-
dent; E. Strauss,
Seated Left to Right: C. Isaacson, D.
Krieger, C. Laub, M. Herzberg, A.
Rothenberg, M. Wiener, A. Parsons, M.
Getzler, J. Murciano, S. Leibler. Stand-
ing: D. Goldschmidt, M. Gross, Z.
Bergmann, E. Cutler, F. Singer, A.
Kobre, D. Muschel, A. Schindelheim,
M. Stern, F. Kalowitz, R. Fishman, D.
Lax, B. Cohen. Not shown: S. Rapps.
Art Staff: Pammy Kuflik, Rachelle Salb, Renee Getzler,
Art Editor; Mrs. Levinson, Art Advisor; Rebecca Appel,
Renee Berger, Sharon Neumark.
Literary Editors: Emily Friedman, Susan Scharf .
Ass't Hebrew Editor:
Biographers and Historians: Row!: S. Last, S. Scharf, E. Friedman, F. Sobel. Row 2: R. Salb, B. Bom-
stein, T. Reich, P. Fuchs, P. Schindelheim, S. Smith, R. Appel, E. Offenbacher, M. Stern, R. Eskolsky.
Kow3: R. Berger, H. Geller, S. Greenfield, E. Strauss, P. Kuflik, I. Gertel.
Photography Editors: Rashie Fishman,
Typists: Susan Smith, Sara Greenfield, Susan Adler,
Hannah Geller, Rochelle Besserglick, Esther Strauss,
Sharon Neumark, Marcy Perl.
Business Managers: Malki Wadler, Phillis Schindelheim.
We would like to thank our art, our Hebrew, and our English ad-
visors for their guidance in making this yearbook a reality. Special
thanks to Rabbi Perlman, school librarian, and to Dr. Eltas Schul-
man, librarian of the JEC, for their cooperation in supplying
Seated Left to Right: A.
Kobre, D. Shapiro, M.
Wiener, F. Baer, Mr. Steif,
Advisor; S. Bergstein, R.
Appleton, C. Mamlak, S.
Meyer. Standing: S. Stav-
sky, R. Fishoff, E. Prets-
felder, S. Rudoff, J.
Wertheimer, A. Liebman,
E. Grossman, M. Grunber-
ger, F. Singer, M. Isbee, ).
Yazersky, S. Chesner,
C. Kinderlehrer, M.
1 HONOR SOCIETY/
Row 7, Left to Right: S. Last, B. Bomstein, M. Stern, G. Ratzersdorfer, S.
Rockoff, M. Perl, H. Lander. Row 2: F. Kalowitz, P. Kuflik, R. Salb, B.
Rumain, E. Szmulewicz, Mr. Steif, Advisor; T. Reich, President; R. Fried,
Vice-President; B. Pomerantz, E. Schenker, F. Walfish. Row 3: P. Fuchs,
A. Ackerman, S. Scharf, A. Haberkorn, S. Smith, R. Getzler, E. Offen-
bacher, Secretary-Treasurer; E. Krumbein, R. Appel, E. Friedman, E.
Strauss, A. Steinlauf, R. Besserglick, M. Rosenstock, L. Jakubovits.
Front Row, Left to Right: F. Baer, B. Ru-
main, G. Ratzersdorfer. Bacfc Row: C.
Charner, B. Bomstein, E. Krumbein, R.
Salb, captain; S. Last, R. Appleton, J. Beck.
Seated Left to Right: J. Murciano, E.
Pretsfelder, M. Rosenstock, M. Plu-
chenik and A. Steinlauf, Editors-in-
Chief; F. Walfish, B. Steinberg.
Standing: G. Ratzersdorfer, R. Get-
zler, M. Isbee, C. Kinderlehrer, R.
Fishoff, R. Weinfeld, D. Neiss.
Seated Left to Right: F. Wal-
fish, Editor; Mr. A. Steif, Ad-
visor; F. Sobel. Standing: S.
Smith, R. Fishman, R. Salb.
Seated Left to Right: S. Stavsky, F. Baer,
Mr. Steif, Advisor; M. Wiener, E. Weiss-
man. Standing: K. Nass, R. Gershon, S.
Bergstein, H. Charner, J. Beck, F. Walfish,
M. Grunberger. Not shown: E. Manheirn.
Standing: D. Windwehr, Z. Huhenberg, G. Ja-
cobs, Z. Bergmann, M. Frank, R. Hankel, R. Ber-
ger, J. Beck. Seated: R. Levy, L. Meyer, Rabbi
Perlman, S. Lederman, M. Hertzberg, C. Rapps,
Standing: L. Katz, J. Yazersky, A. Liebman,
F. Levey, S. Meyer, R. Fishoff, Bernath, H.
Celler, C. Englard, F. Alpert, S. Greenfield.
Seated: F. Baer, M. Wiener, D. Shapiro, R.
Shapps, Gershon, Rabbi Perlman, J. Bar-
uch, P. Schwerd, L. Jakubovits, D. Miner.
Right: D. Myerow-
itz, J. Murciano, R.
Levy, S. Last, S.
Standing: C. Charner,
S. Scharf, M. Stein, C.
Seated Left to
Right: M. Hartman,
K. Nass, C. Lang, S.
Ma li nowi tz, R.
Fried, D. Dambor-
itz, A. Parsons, B.
Neumark, D. Lev-
ine, M. Klein.
Standing: L. Jakubov-
its, S. Neumark, L.
Katz, F. Levey, F.
Musman, H. Monder-
er, L. Katz, H.Geller, S.
Lederman, R. Landau,
D. Ribner, R. Cershon,
D. Weiss, N. Michael,
D. Lief, J. Jacobs, J.
Wolf, P. Wahrsager, C.
Clockwise Center Front: C. Lamm, T. Engelhardt, B. Eisenbaum, E. Cum-
pertz, I. Gertel, E. Bendheim, D. Goldman, D. Metzger, J. Beck, M. Hoenig,
R. Carrey, P. Levine, S. Leibler, R. Kornfeld, A. Besdin, Captain.
Left to Right: D. Myerowitz, R. Levy, C. Lamm, B. Eisenbaum, M. Stein, C. Weinman, F. Sobel, Captain; M. Cross, A. Ackerman,
E. Bendheim, J. Stobezki, C. Rapp, H. Englard. Not shown: R. Potashnik.
Humes, E. Pretsfelder,
R. Neumark, P.
Schwerd, J. Schindel-
heim, A. Rothenberg,
P. Farkas, C. Laub, B.
Steinberg, D. Ribner,
M. Perl, B. Wolinsky,
D. Goldschmidt, S.
Rudoff, E. Strauss,
Captain; E. Offen-
Fink, D. Rubin, S.
Ginsberg, B. Neumark,
C. Lang, M. Cetzler, R.
Baum, R. Coodfriend,
R. Landau, C. Kranzler,
E. Trauring, J. Morgen-
stern, S. Wind, Gleich-
er, A. Piller, M. Herz-
berg, H. Markowitz,
M. Bernstein, S. Kos-
low, C. Glicksman, D.
Lander, D. Zelinger, B.
Cohen, D. Rubin. Co-
captains: Susan Wind
and Zipporah Mirsky.
THE RUBBER BANNED
Sealed Left to Right: S. Scharf, R. Berger, S. Wind, T. Reich, P. Fuchs. Standing: E. Pretsfelder, M. Schwe-
bel, C. Lamm, J. Grundman, A. Geliebter, E. Offenbacher, S. Ginsberg, leader.
Clockwise: M. Ladenheim, Leader; A. Kobre, Leader; M.
Weiner, J. Schindelheim, E. Manheim, M. Perl, T. Wirtheimer,
C. Charner, P. Kuflik, J. Greenberg, C. Einleger, R. Kornfeld.
Clockwise: M. Ladenheim, Leader; A. Kobre, Leader; R. Korn-
feld, P. Schindelheim, A. Schindelheim, E. Offenbacher, M. Gran-
berger, E. Gumpertz, S. Ginsberg, A. Kaminsky.
m "vffiHH mar did
Down with skirts!
Mirror, mirror on the
wall . .
To Our Darling Daughter
and All Her Classmates
May you have many more years
of health, happiness, and success.
Mommy, Daddy, Debbie, Elazar, Yaffa, and Schnoppsie.
. tip man *?Dn nrrtsm nain .nn ^m
Babi and Zaidy
Aunt Fagey and Uncle Albert
Aunt Roslyn and Uncle Chaim
Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Al
Aunt Esther and Uncle Louis
Mr. and Mrs. M. Essrog
Mr. and Mrs. I. Markowitz
Mr. and Mrs. I. Shachter
Mr. and Mrs. M. Srulowitz
"Boy do I wish there were "What do you boys have
cots in Central." against us Central girls
Whaddyu mean I'm a
I only gave away half the
May You And Your Classmates
Go From Strength To Strength.
MORGENSTERN OIL OPERATIONS
Union National Building
All this fora Din
Oh where, oh where has my lit-
tle dog gone? . .
I found my ruler.
May we have one last
M1NDY HAD ASS AH RUBIN
Mother, Adena, Moshe and Elli
Grandpa and Grandma Bunim
Uncle and Aunt Amos E. Sarah
Uncle and Aunt Joel and Judy
Just because you're a We gotta stop meeting like
Kalah . . . this.
]hkj7 mm lamia^
for the warmth with which you taught us,
for the love of Torah and Am Yisroel
you instilled in us,
for showing us the ways of a true
.V-ms?' rnnn *?y nrmnn -jnystfm "p7»rrt> »3tjii
Okay, you don't have to change today
but please — put away the gun.
On The Occasion Of Your Graduation
Mommy, Daddy, and Michelle
And Aunts & Uncles:
Recha and Eric Rosner
Edith and Dezso Goldner
; ^. -;''.//-/ .:''■
Congratulations To Our
Darling Daughter And Granddaughter
And To The Class Of 70
May you have themm
to build a better world
Mr. and Mrs. B. Padawer
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ratzersdorfer
Joseph, Charles and Naftali
Where will it all end?
"Boker Tov, hayom yom sheshe
?n» , ?in riR »a *??
?ji»^in nic »n Vy
Mazel Tov And Best Wishes To
And All Her Friends
Her loving parents, grandparents,
aunts, uncles and brother.
Mazel Tov And Best Wishes To
And Her Classmates
Mommy and Daddy
Sylvia and Heshy
Aunt Hanchi, Uncle Miki, Si ma and Hershy
Irene, Al; Herby and Stewy
Does she or doesn't she?
Hi there, Mr. Schiff.
We understand each
Mommy and Daddy
With Love To
Robin and Avi
Eva and David
i Cutting is easy for a pro.
Forty pages down and
three hundred to go
On behalf of the faculty, I would
like to present you
Don't jump! It's
four year sentence
Whatever you undertake, do it with all your heart and soul. Always be courteous,
discouraged. Beware of him who promises something for nothing. Do not blame
for your mistakes and failures. Do not look for approval except the consciousness
— Bernard M. Baruch
Fondly to our
on her graduation
Mother, Dad, Benjamen
and her classmates
MR. OTTO STRAUSS
A. Cohen and Sons Corp.
27 West 23 Street
New York, New York 10010
Best Wishes to
Samuel L. Scher, M.D.
An oldie but a Goldie.
Lots of good luck and
success for the future.
May all your wishes be
fulfilled for the good.
Love And Kisses,
Daddy, Mommy, Harriet and
Mr. And Mrs. Tobias Heller
Rachel Leah And
Deborah Sarah Heller
All City Poultry Corp.
Simon And Werner, Inc.
Uh, well the reason we
didn't meet the deadline
was . . .
Up two points for Stahl's Gum Co.
To Our Daughter
On Her Graduation
Mom and Dad
Best Wishes To
Unc, Aunt Shirley and Family
Best Wishes To
770' West 181 Street
• kew York, N.Y.. 10033
Reb Wadler officiating.
Mazel Tov And Best Wishes
To Our Daughter And Sister
Rev. And Mrs. H. Rockoff
Elaine And Jonah
Stanley H. Kaplan
Prepatory Course for S.A.T.'s
1675 East 16 Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11229
You are a she and your name is
Caryl. We ought to know be-
cause we remember you as a
Who wanted with cream?
I don't know — ask Dolia.
Mazel Tov and many loving
thoughts to our daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ackerman
Norman and Grandparents:
Mr. and Mrs. Max Ackerman
Best of Luck to our
and her classmates
1J>»T nvya >3n rm nn"?xn
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wind
Sholom, Ira Debra, Robert
Best Wishes to
Dr. Harold Whitehill
762 Third Avenue
New York, New York
MUrrary Hill 8-5192
On her graduation
May she go from
chayil to chayil
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gottesman
Wanted: for excessive attendance.
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Fried
Mommy and Daddy
Yakov and Esther
Dvora and Mike, Judy and Laurie
Mimi and Shlomo, Michael
Zippy and Zev
I'm only borrowing it.
your graduation and
scholarship. We are very
proud of you.
Aunt May and Uncle David
Cousins Mike, Barbara, Robert
Congratulations to our dear
and her classmates
May you always have
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuchs
And remember, never get in the back seat.
Jewish History with American
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes
Mommy and Daddy
Marian and Joel
With love and best wishes to
and her classmates for a happy,
healthy and successful future.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Geller
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes
to our dearest
We are very proud . .
Mother and Dad
Tami and Chuck
Your mission, should you de-
cide to accept it . . .
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to
Mommy and Daddy, Jerry
Daniel Solomon, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandor Goldenberg
Mr. William Solomon
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Brahm
Madell and Roberta
Mr. and Mrs. Naftali Jakubovits
Mr. and Mrs. Arye Weingarten
With Best Wishes to
and all her graduating
Equitable Lumber Corporation
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to
Upon her graduation
Mommy, Daddy, Ruthie
No, ding-a-ling, we're back
And then when the teacher Can't you see I'm doing my
gets nasty exercises?
Mazel Tov to
Mr. and Mrs. S. Feder
Mazel Tov and
Best Wishes for future
success to our dear daughter,
and her classmates
Best Wishes to
for a successful future
Dr. and Mrs. Eric Offenbacher
Getting high on Physics.
Mazel Tov to a lovely
niece and cousin
Gloria, Eli, Monita,
Lee Ezer, Gena Golda
To our daughter and niece
Mazel Tov to you and your
classmates — It's only the
Mom, Dad, Irv, Harvey,
Aunt Ellen, Uncle Ezriel, and Stanley
And I thought Central girls
Well you see officer, it hap-
pened this way
Okay, okay, I'm going.
Best Wishes to our daughter
and to our sister upon her
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eis
Arthur and Debbie
With love and pride, good
wishes for continued success
Best Wishes to
Dr. M. Maurice West
Best Wishes to
on your graduation
Interstate Photo Supply
Best Wishes for future success
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alpert
Robert, Karen and Lisa
To our darling daughter
Mom and Dad
Best Wishes to
and her classmates
Modern Builders Supply Co.
Mazel Tov to our dear
and her classmates
Mom and Dad, David and Debbie
Mazel Tov to our dear niece
and all her classmates
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lewinter
Karen, Mark and David
It's the old pen in the shoe
Study by osmosis.
Happiness is an ice cream that
doesn't drip on your paper.
Would the real Mrs. Posner
please stand up.
"When you work you fulfill a part
of earth's furthest dream, assigned
to you when that dream was born ."
Uncle Herman, Aunt Ray, Rachel
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to
and your classmates
upon your graduation
Wishing you Success and Happiness
in all your endeavors.
Good Luck — Daddy, Mommy, and Shmuel
Mazel Tov to
Kenneth Spetner, C.L.U.
St. Louis, Mo. 63105
Congratulations and Best Wishes to
upon their graduation
Mom, Dad, Sydney, Sheila, and Danny
Love and Best Wishes to
and the Class of 70
Mommy and Daddy
May you have much
happiness in life.
m?'n ism 1 ?
Tail ^22 'rn^xn
Mazel Tov on your Graduation
With Best Wishes for a Happy Future
and Best Wishes of Mazel Tov
for evergoing success.
Aunt Carla, Uncle Arthur
An apple a day keeps a maide-
Ouch! My girdle's killing me!
Anyone claiming size 32?
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes
to our grandaughter
Mr. and Mrs. David Lander
Rabbi and Mrs. M.J. Shragowitz
Congratulations on the event of
Our Sincere Best Wishes to
Rabbi Solomon and Bertha Shoulson
Riverside Memorial Chapel
Good Luck and Best Wishes
Etti and Shlomo
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to
Mrs. Pomerantz and Leon
You have a little sister, maybe?
Lots of Success in the Future
Uncle Max and Aunt Annie
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes
to our daughter and sister
To our own
Daddy, Mommy, Alexander,
Yossie, and David
With Best Wishes
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold
In Loving Memory
My Beloved Wife
Just this much above my knee
and . . .
Somebody has to hold up the
Portrait of a married man?
Congratulations to my niece
Mr. Nathan Beim
Congratulations and Best Wishes to
Love, Dad, Mom, and Jay
Congratulations and Good Luck
to our nieces
ANNE and PHILLIS
Family E. Hausman
Mazel Tov and Best Wishes
to our favorite baby sitter
Paul and Michael Ratzker
Darn it — the wrong clothes.
May Success always be with you
Love, Mom and Dad
Uncle Irving, Aunt Esther
Risa, Karen, Debbie and Terry
Mom, Dad, Leon, Gilda, and Jack
Congratulations and Best Wishes to
Uncle Moishe and Aunt Shoshana
Central Military Academy for
Girls of Manhattan.
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes
Raymond Snitow Associates
75-20 Metropolitan Avenue
Middle Village, N.Y.
Life and General Insurance
Remember MARION'S Dad!
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes
Mom, Dad, David, Ephraim & Nachum
BARBARA RUM All
and sister graduates
azel Tov & Happines
Love, Mom & Sim
Mr. & Mrs. Klein & Bernie
Tihie Darkeich Soga B'shoshar
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Putterman & Far
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes
Ray & Sam Podzieba
Best Wishes & Mazel Tov to
Ema & Abba
He wouldn't do that, would
Yes he would.
Edys Hosiery & Sportswear
738 W. 181 St. — N.Y.
Chavey, Shloimie, Ruchel, Mimi,
Uncle Joseph, Aunt Florence & family
Uncle Leo, Aunt Helen, Aunt Edith
Best wishes for life &
Dr. J. R. Simon, optometrist
Best Wishes to our darling niece
Uncle Irving & Aunt Clair
A & Beta Travel Co.
93 Nassau St.— N.Y.
Best wishes to
Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Deutsch
Leon & Renee Schar
Dr. S. Molowitz
Mr. & Mrs. H. Walfish & Jack
Best Wishes to
S& S Apparel
Tov & a happy fu
Dad, Paul, Alan,
Best Wishes to
Hurry, two minutes left till the
I always eat when I'm
"Rule #303: Eating is prohibited
in the classroom."
Keep it moving, girls.
Mr. & Mrs. Barenholtz
Mazel Fov & Best Wis
Aunt Irma & Uncle F
Aunt Eva & Uncle H
Love, The Lubins
VriKn ni3Dn "73
■?y pn •>vy\
Her Loving Grandparents
Best Wishes to
Good Luck to
Best Wishes on the occassion
of your graduation
Aunt Rose & Uncle Charles
_ongratuiations, you maae n
Mehadrin Meats & Catering
43-26 43rd Ave.
Glatt Kosher Caterers
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes to
Daddy, Mommy, Ginny & Ben
Congratulations to A
Y-F AY-FAY- A
In honor of her graduation
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes to
Mazel Tov & Best Wishes to my dear
ance Tutoring Service
1813 E. 26 St.
aklyn, NY. 11229
Mazel Tov to our daughter & sister
Mr. & Mrs. Zachary Greenfield
Martin, Jeremy & Jay
Moore Brothers Meat Markets
1209 Utica Ave.
TO OUR SIS, E. CHESSY,
You finally did it! Outa-site!
No excuses! I come in from
Please send up the steam so we
can stop this foolishness !
The shortest way out is the
Best Wishes to
Mr. Herman Adler
Best Wishes to
Irval Sales Co. Inc.
Best Wishes to
Boy, have I got a girl for you.
Mazel Tov on your Graduation
Love, Mom & Dad
This too has passed.
Robert, ]udy, Arthur, Julia, Ariella Avram
^uthy, Renee, Yitzchak
Best Wishes to our loving daughter
Abraham & Minna Grossman
Congratulations & Best Wishes
Mordechai & Goldie Felberman
With love to
Abba, Mommy, Tova, Bubbie
best wishes to you
, Imri, Anita, Arie
Shelley's Bakery — CAROLYN
Rabbi & Mrs. Leifer — PHILLIS
Mr. & Mrs. S. Weinberger & family —
Rabbi & Mrs. H. Levinson & family —
Dr. Sidney S. Levine — ROCHELLE
Mrs. P. Gliner — RACHELLE
Mauzone Home Kosher Foods — BETTY
Maxie's Market — Z1PPORAH
Edwin R. Wagner — MARION
Sam Goldberger-lnc. — LINDA
Cohn family — ALICE
Eva Dundon — MIRIAM
Ada Cohen — BETHSHEVA
Irving Bader — CVNTH/A
Ben Mil Fruiters — JUDY
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Rothschild — PAULA
Main Kosher Butcher — PAMMY
Ernest Greenberg — LINDA
Charles Chemists, Inc. — GILA
"From a Friend" — MARCIA
Moshe & Adele Feuerworker — DOLIA
Roy Rasol — FELICE
Gifts by Marie — VIVIANNE
Pride Cleaners & Tailors — SHARON
Ruth Rosenstock — MONA
167 Street Auto School — FLORENCE
Mr. & Mrs. C. S. Felder — TZIPI
Mr. & Mrs. A. Schindelheim — ANNE
Mr. & Mrs. Abraham Sobel — FRIEDA
Louis Sohn — RONNI
Charamis Beauty Salons Inc. — ZIPPORAH
Fiance — MIRIAM
Fleischmann-Heymann & Co. — RONNI
Penrods Lydig Ave. Corp. — ANNE
Rabbi & Mrs. Neiss — PHILLIS
Pioneer — HANNAH
G. & I. European Kosher Bakeries —
Vi — RENEE
Marvan Contact Lens Service — ESTHER
Martin, Jeremy & Jay — SARA
H. Moskowitz D.D.S. — ROCHELLE
Reena Aboff — JOHANNA
Tena & Irving, David & Anne — SUSAN
Dr. & Mrs. Bernard Krai — MARCY
Nicki & John Christopher — MARION
Wall St. Camera Exchange — BARBARA
AuntYenti — PHILLIS
Cohn & Edelman — FRANCES
W & W Meats & Poultry — CAROLYN
Dr. & Mrs. L. Shapiro & Yaffie — SUSAN
Mr. & Mrs. S. Kaplan — ROCHELLE
John Biro C.L.U. — MARION
Rosvil Cleaners— JUDY
Dr. & Mrs. Howard Ferser & fam. — PAMMY
Mr. & Mrs. Joel Prizant — LINDA
Joe Rothenberg — VIVIANNE
Mr. D. Jacobi — FRIE DA
Unity Drug Co., Inc. — ZIPPORAH
Rabbi & Mrs. Furst & fam. — MIRIAM
Uncle Meyer — PHILLIS
Harelich, Dresner Koch Co. — FRANCES
The Levine's Inc. — SUSAN
Crossroad Drugs — JUDY
Rabbi Meyer Leifer — PHILLIS
Rabbi & Mrs. H. Levinson & fam. — SARA
Mr. P. Gliner — ROCHELLE
Maxie's Market — ZIPPORAH
Nicki & John Christopher — MARION
Fleischmann-Heymann & Co. — RONNI
Rabbi & Mrs. Neiss — PHILLIS
G. & I. European Kosher Bakeries —
Sam Goldberger Inc. — LINDA
Marvan Contact Lens Service — ESTHER
H. Moskowitz D.D.S. — ROCHELLE
Tema & Irving, David & Anne — SUSAN
Eva Dundon — MIRIAM
Paul Kaye — /. YNNE
With regard to my open door
policy . . .
Ten minutes of applause is
Ackerman, Anita, 65-36 99th St., Rego Park, N.Y. 11374 — IL9-1915
Adler, Carolyn, 64-10 Wetherole St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11374 — 897-2395
Adler, Susan, 7 Sands Point Rd., Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914)EL6-8011
Alpert, Faya, 277 West End Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — TR3-9764
Appel, Rebecca, 2017 Ave. M, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11210 — 338-9519
Bender, Sandy, 300 Ft. Washington Ave., N.Y., N.Y. — 923-3407
Berger, Renee, 39-26 47th St., Sunnyside, N.Y. 11104 — RA9-6654
Besserglick, Rochelle, 385 Grand St., N.Y., N.Y. 10002 — OR4-8746
Bomstein, Betty, 511 Ave. M, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 — 252-1685
Borenstein, Annette, 22-30 Cruger Ave., Bronx, N.Y. — 881-8620
Braaf, Marion, 3983 Saxon Ave. Bronx, N.Y. 10463 — 796-0935
Cohen, Bethsheva, 258 Riverside Dr., N.Y., N.Y. 10025 — 663-6384
Cohn, Alice, 37-79 102nd St., Corona, N.Y. 11368 — 446-2252
Einleger, Cynthia, 200 Pinehurst Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10033 — SW5-0031
Eis, Eileen, 383 Grand St., N.Y., N.Y. 10002 — GR7-0532
Eskolsky, Rebecca, 500 A Grand St., N.Y., N.Y. 10002 — 475-6309
Felberman, Marsha, 2 Sunnyside Dr., Yonkers, N.Y. 10705 — (914)963-
Fishman, Rasha, 33-43 14 St., Long Island City, N.Y. 11106 — RA6-8925
Fried, Rhonda, 1495 Popham Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10453 — TR2-4026
Friedland, Judy, 119-14 Union Turnpike, Kew Gardens, N.Y. — B08-
Friedman, Emily, 441 West End Ave, N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — SU7-3395
Fuchs, Paula, 12 Hilltop PL, Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914)EL2-5576
Fuhrer, Carol, 144-39 Jewel Ave., Kew Garden Hills, N.Y. — 793-2776
Furst, Miriam, 31-20 37 St., Astoria, N.Y. — 721-3941
Geliebter, Anne, 2511 Wilson Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10469 — TU1-6277
Geller, Hannah Susan, 461 Ft. Washington Ave., N.Y., N.Y. — WA8-8861
Gertel, Irene, 23-60 Woodhull Ave., Bronx, N.Y. — TU2-3855
Getzler, Renee, 12 W. 96th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10025 — AC2-6256
Ginsberg, Shari, 186 Riverside Dr., N.Y., N.Y. — TR4-0543
Glicksman, Chana, 203 W. 81st St., N.Y., N.Y. — SC4-5958
Greenfield, Sara, 9 Sands Point Rd., Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914)EL6-
Grossman, Lynne, 1561 Sheridan Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10457 — CY9-4072
Haberkorn, Anna, 579 E. 29th St., Paterson, N.J. 07504— (201)742-7253
Jakubovits, Linda, 1414 Shakespeare Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10452 — WY2-
Kalowitz, Florence, 1055 Walton Ave., Bronx, N.Y. — 588-9272
Kauftheil, Rosalyn, 220 W. 98th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10025 — 666-2321
Klein, Marcia, 1567 Selwyn Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10457 — 583-4047
Krumbein, Esther, 1 Tower Lane, Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914)EL2-0316
Kuflik, Pammy, 144-19 69 Ave., Kew Garden Hills, N.Y. 11367 — LI4-9343
Ladenheim, Myra, 900 W. 190 St., N.Y., N.Y. 10040 — 927-2205
Lander, Hannah, 110-35 69th Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 — B03-9277
Last, Suzanne, 180 Riverside Dr., N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — SC4-9716
Lax, Dolia, 261 E. 188th St., Bronx, N.Y. 10458 — WE3-5990
Leistner, Eilleen, 789 Waring Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10467 — OL5-0565
Levey, Felice, 1166 Pelham Parkway South, Bronx, N.Y. 10461— TA3-
Mauskopf, Vivian, 144-23 75 Rd., Kew Garden Hills, N.Y. 11367 — B03-
Meizlik, Marilyn, 108-29 63rd Rd., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 — IL9-7197
Mirsky, Zipporah, 258 Riverside Dr., N.Y., N.Y. 10024— RI9-6485
Morgenstern, Johanna, 142 West End Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10023 — 873-9808
Neuman, Nina, 99-51 62nd Rd., Rego Park, N.Y. 11374 — 592-0130
Neumark, Sharon, 153-35 77th Rd., Flushing, N.Y. 11367 — 591-9440
Noble, Ronnie, 19 Hilltop PL, Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914JEL2-3754
Offenbacher, Eva, 670 West End Ave., N.Y., N.Y. — 874-1463
Perl, Marcy, 91-07 32nd Ave., Jackson Hgts., N.Y. 11369 — IL7-1642
Pomerantz, Barbara, 1320 E. 9th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 — 375-5803
Ratzersdorfer, Gilla, 650 West End Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10025 — SU7-4796
Reich, Toby, 410 Central Park West, N.Y., N.Y. — RI9-6602
Rockoff, Sharon, 590 W. 204th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10034 — LO9-3206
Rosenstock, Mona, 238 Ft. Washington Ave., N.Y., N.Y. 10032 — WA8-
Rubin, Mindy, 902 Brady Ave., Bronx, N.Y. 10462 — 597-8705
Rumain, Barbara, 26 Clinton PL, Bronx, N.Y. 10453 — LU4-8813
Salb, Rachelle, 3 Sydell Lane, Spring Valley, N.Y. 10977 — (914)356-3733
Scharf, Tzipi, 186 Riverside Dr., N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — EN2-1518
Schenker, Esther, 475 W. 186 St., N.Y., N.Y. 10033 — 927-1608
Schindelheim, Annie, 73-37 Austin St., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 — 544-
Schindelheim, Phillis, 70-41 153 St., Flushing, N.Y. 11367 — LI4-1040
Smith, Susan, 504 Grand St., N.Y., N.Y. 10002 — 677-7671
Sobel, Freida, 96-20 67th Ave., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 — 263-5036
Steinlauf, Arlene, 118 W. 79th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — 799-1585
Stern, Marilyn, 102-29 62nd Dr., Forest Hills, N.Y. 11375 — 271-0101
Strauss, Esther J., 66 Overlook Terrace, N.Y., N.Y. — 568-5286
Szmulewicz, Esther, 160 W. 87th St., N.Y., N.Y. 10024 — LY5-1956
Wadler, Malki, 1011 Rose St., Far Rochaway, N.Y. 11691 — 327-1853
Walfish, Frances, 300 17th Ave., Paterson, N.J. 07504 — (201) 523-2994
Weiss, Miriam, 208 E. Broadway, N.Y., N.Y. 10002 — OR 4-6735
Wind, Susan, 1 Highview Rd., Monsey, N.Y. 10952 — (914)356-3608
77 me it was,
And what a time it was,
It was . . .
A time of innocence,
A time of confidences.
Long ago . . . it must be
I have a photograph.
Preserve your memories;
They're all that's left you.